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FCC Public Forum on Improving Sharing in the 800MHz Band Scheduled for November 6,2017

The FCC will host a public forum on improving the co-existence of cellular and other commercial wireless licensees and public-safety licensees in the 800 MHz band. The forum will be held Nov. 6 at FCC headquarters.

 

In its Cellular Reform Second Report and Order adopted March 23, 2017, the Commission revised the Cellular Service power and related technical rules to provide much more flexibility in deployment of advanced broadband services and promote spectral efficiency, while taking steps to protect public safety and other systems in the 800 MHz band from potential increased interference.  Recognizing that stakeholder-led efforts on the part of Cellular licensees, public safety entities, and public safety equipment manufacturers are crucial to resolving lingering concerns about unacceptable interference to public safety mobile and portable radios, the Commission directed the Bureaus to convene a forum to foster the conversation and further good-faith efforts among representatives of these stakeholders. The forum on November 6th will include the perspectives of all three groups and various other interested parties in exploring the existing 800 MHz interference environment, realistic anticipated changes in that environment, and practical options for addressing both existing and anticipated interference problems without hindering technological advances in the Cellular Service. A detailed agenda will be released prior to the forum

 

Webcast

. The FCC will webcast this forum on the FCC webpage.  To view the webcast, go to

the FCC web page at www.fcc.gov/live

. Viewers will be able to submit questions during the forum by email to livequestions@fcc.gov

FCC Public Forum on Improving Sharing in the 800MHz Band Scheduled for November 6,2017

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