Last week, the FCC released a Public Notice requesting comment on Progeny LMS’s request for waiver and extension of time that sought to extend the construction deadline for its M-LMS network.  The FCC previously granted Progeny a waiver to operate its location monitoring service at increased power levels despite concerns voiced by many critical infrastructure groups that Progeny’s operations would interfere with Part 15 systems in the 902-928 MHz band, which overlaps the M-LMS allocation.  As a condition to that waiver, the FCC required Progeny to submit interference reports to the agency.  The reporting obligation expired at the end of 2014, which this Public Notice indicates occurred before a large portion of Progeny’s network was constructed.  Comments are due August 3, and Replies must be filed by August 13.