Ofcom, FCC, UK House of Lords and Microsoft open DSA Global Summit 2018

22 regulatory bodies from around the world are being represented at this week’s conference in London London, United Kingdom, 2 May 2018: The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) Global Summit 2018 began this morning with opening keynotes from representatives from the UK House of Lords, Ofcom, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Microsoft. Each representative summarised the importance of open communication on modern and innovative spectrum management methodologies, including dynamically shared and license exempt operations. Philip Marnick, Spectrum Group Director at Ofcom commented: “Managing spectrum efficiently is crucial to improving how…

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Small Cell Forum Welcomes FCC Move to Relax Regulations on Cell Siting

SCF has called for more urgency on dense networks to ensure IoT-ready 5G around the world LONDON, 9th March 2018 – Small Cell Forum, the telecoms organization driving network densification worldwide, has hailed an announcement by FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr and the draft Second Report and Order in the FCC proceeding on Accelerating Wireless Broadband Deployment by Removing Barriers to Infrastructure Investment. The announcement and draft ruling represent a huge step forward to removing bureaucratic barriers standing in the way of bringing the benefits of small cells to consumers all…

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The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance urges the FCC to re-evaluate changes to the CBRS band rules

Official comments from the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance Washington D.C, USA, 12 February 2018: The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) has expressed concern to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that changes to the Priority Access License (PAL) and other rules, first requested by petitioners and now proposed by the Commission, are both unnecessary and counterproductive to enabling the fullest use of the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band. Replying to the FCC’s request for petitions for rulemaking on the CBRS rules, the DSA urged that the proposed changes will harm the significant…

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