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FCC auction the phase II 220 MHz service auction, nationwide, economic area, and economic area group licenses : bidder information package by United States. Federal Communications Commission

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Published by Federal Communications Commission in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Mobile radio stations -- United States,
  • Mobile communication systems -- United States

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Other titlesPhase II 220 MHz service auction, nationwide, economic area, adn economic area group licenses, Phase II 220 MHz bidder information package
The Physical Object
Pagination450 p. :
Number of Pages450
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14484378M
OCLC/WorldCa39531420

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Log In Information The Applicant/Bidder Access section is password protected. Please type your FCC Registration Number (FRN) and its associated password to access the. FCC Incentive Auction - Forward Auction Appendix B Auction Bidder Summary Date of Report: 04/06/ AM ET. Bidding Credit Bidder FRN Type Net Adjusted Payment Number of Licenses Won Gross Adjusted Payment Number of PEAs Eureka Global Telecom, Inc. small - 25% 1 1 $ , $ , (2) Source for all Auction 73 data: FCC Source: FCC Last Auction of Comparable Low-Band Spectrum(2) / MHz-) The MHz auction (Auction 73) raised $19 billion – Average unit price for all blocks: $ per MHz-Pop – Average unit price for paired blocks (most comparable to MHz band plan): $ per MHz-Pop $ $ FCC PRS. Public Reporting System. Completed Auctions. Upper 37 GHz, 39 GHz, and 47 GHz 12/10/ – 3/5/ AM Revitalization / FM Translators (2nd window) 6/24/ – 7/1/ 24 GHz 3/14/ – 5/28/ Broadcast Incentive Auction –

  Congress has mandated that profits from the auction go into the U.S. Treasury to help pay down the national debt. UPDATE: The FCC launched a website Jan. 8 with a section for consumers about the auction. Why isn’t part of the money being allocated for improved telecommunications infrastructure, such as broadband access, or for a trust fund supporting public-service media?Author: Dru Sefton. The U.S. Federal Communications Commission said Friday that bidding in the wireless spectrum auction has ended at $ billion, significantly less than many analysts had initially forecast. It's a comprehensive analysis of designs, implementation, experimental testing, and bidding experience in auctions and similar markets for spectrum licenses. The authors achieved remarkable success in many auctions after the initial FCC auction began worldwide efforts to allocate licenses more efficiently via market mechanisms.5/5(1). Band, Comment Sought on Competitive Bidding Procedures for Auction , Bidding in Auction Scheduled to Begin J , AU Docket No. , Public Notice, 34 FCC (Sept. 27, ).

A spectrum auction is a process whereby a government uses an auction system to sell the rights (licenses) to transmit signals over specific bands of the electromagnetic spectrum and to assign scarce spectrum resources. Depending on the specific auction format used, a spectrum auction can last from a single day to several months from the opening bid to the final winning bid. Reverse Auction. Auction Summary Incentive Auction Dashboard. Auction concluded. See the Auction website for more information. Clearing Target. 84 MHz. Licensed Spectrum. 70 MHz. Final Stage Rule. First Component. FCC Held Licenses. Introduction. The FCC used comparative hearings to allocate spectrum licenses prior to and used lotteries starting in The Commission was given auction . Background. A spectrum auction in generated $ billion as companies such as AT&T and Verizon Communications bid for the MHz band.. More of the broadcast spectrum was needed for wireless broadband Internet access, and in March , Massachusetts Senator John Kerry introduced a bill requiring a study of efficient use of the spectrum.. Later in the year, the lobbying group CTIA said.