The FCC has released its tentative agenda for its next open meeting on November 30, and it appears that this month's meeting will be focused entirely on spectrum issues. First, the Commission intends to consider an NPRM to facilitate use of the VHF and UHF TV bands for mobile broadband use. Second, the Commission will consider an NPRM to make its experimental license rules more flexible by easing restrictions on universities, research organizations and other institutions developing new wireless services and devices. Finally, the tentative agenda anticipates that the Commission will consider an NOI to accelerate "opportunistic" use of underdeveloped spectrum in both the licensed and unlicensed bands.
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November open meeting will be focused on spectrum issues - broadband on VHF/UHF; wireless experimental licenses; underdeveloped spectrum use
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