LightSquared Stops Short of Calling FCC Action Illegal
LightSquared today said the Federal Communications Commission's decision to revoke its license is "entirely unsupported by the law, science, and FCC policy and precedent." After extensive review, the FCC last month decided that LightSquared can't run its planned LTE 4G broadband network due to concerns over interference with GPS systems. LightSquared's Public Notice filing said the FCC "need not and should not embrace the false choice presented by the GPS industry between preserving LightSquared's ancillary terrestrial component (ATC) authority to deploy a wireless broadband network and maintaining GPS service. The FCC's response in this matter is wholly incongruous and disproportionate." LightSquared once again asserted its position that the FCC needs to device a way to allow LightSquared to move forward with its broadband network plans. LightSquared also blasted the FCC for blocking its proposals while allowing proposals made by Dish Network to move forward.
TIA Joins Legal Fight Against FCC's Title II Classification
The Telecommunications Industry Association today filed an amicus brief challenging the FCC's move to reclassify broadband services under Title II of the Telecommunications Act of 1934. It believes the FCC did not properly evaluate how the reclassification will impact spending on broadband services.
FCC to Vote On Net Neutrality in February
The FCC plans to vote on rules regarding net neutrality in February. The FCC expects to circulate a final proposal of the rules in the early part of the month and vote on them during its scheduled February 26 open meeting.
Queens Man Cited by FCC for Interfering with Sprint's Network
The FCC has filed a citation against a Queens, New York, man for operating equipment in the 1900MHz band that is interfering with Sprint's network. Sprint filed a complaint about interference issues on March 10.
FCC Delivers Net Neutrality Plan to Federal Register
The FCC has sent its proposed net neutrality rules to the Federal Register, completing another step in the process of making them law. The Federal Register will spend several days reviewing the rules before publishing them.
This is just plain old BS
They need to replace every device out there that could potentially cause issues and stay within their designated spectrum band and not bleed over.
LS tried to use spectrum that was designated for Extraterrestrial use from terresterial based transmitters.
They could not control the bleed over.
They tried, it didn't work.
The FCC did not f...
Who is sticking this idea in their heads?
Goes against Science?