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Comment Period Opens for FCC's 3.5 GHz Rule Overhaul
The CommLaw Group warns: "Don't let them take away your spectrum."
Substantially Increase PA License Terms – Encouraging Spectrum Hoarding
Significantly Enlarge PAL Geographic Areas – Pricing Out Smaller Carriers
While the FCC suggests allowing partitioning of the PEAs and disaggregation of spectrum in same, there is no guarantee that the big carriers would agree to provide any of their spectrum to smaller carriers, particularly in rural areas. Even if a large carriers agrees to share its spectrum, its terms could be prohibitively expensive and restrictive for smaller carriers. Under the existing rules, there is no need for partitioning and disaggregation because the smaller licensing areas made them unnecessary.
PAL Auction Procedures – More Licenses and No Bidding Credits
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