What’s New In 5G – January 2023 – Broadcasting: Film, TV & Radio

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The next-generation of wireless technologies – known as 5G
– is expected to revolutionize business and consumer
connectivity, offering network speeds that are up to 100 times
faster than 4G LTE, reducing latency to nearly zero, and allowing
networks to handle 100 times the number of connected devices,
enabling the “Internet of Things.” Leading policymakers
– federal regulators and legislators – are making it a
top priority to ensure that the wireless industry has the tools it
needs to maintain U.S. leadership in commercial 5G deployments.
This blog provides monthly updates on FCC actions and Congressional
efforts to win the race to 5G.

Regulatory Actions and Initiatives


    • The FCC announces that additional applications for mid-band
      spectrum in the 2.5 GHz band have been accepted for filing.

        • On December 8, 2022, the FCC’s Wireless Telecommunications
          Bureau (“WTB”) released a Public Notice announcing that
          four additional applications for spectrum in the 2.5 GHz band, the
          auction for which concluded on September 1, 2022, have been
          accepted for filing. Petitions to deny the applications –
          listed here by licensee and here by market – were
          required to be filed by December 19, 2022. Oppositions to a
          petition to deny were due by December 27, 2022, and replies to
          oppositions are due by January 4, 2023.



  • The FCC continues to transition incumbents from the 3.5 GHz

    • On December 21, 2022, the WTB released a Public Notice reminding
      grandfathered Part 90, Subpart Z wireless broadband licensees in
      the 3650-3700 MHz band that…

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