Year in Review: FCC incentive auction and repacking


    Less than a year after TV broadcasters completed the analog shutdown and, as a result, returned 108 MHz of spectrum for wireless broadband and public safety use, the FCC released the National Broadband Plan recommended taking 120 MHz (20 channels) from TV broadcasting and reallocating it for wireless broadband. A few months later the FCC held its Broadcast Engineering Forum to explore how this recommendation could be implemented. [Read More…]

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