Telecommunications giant T-Mobile USA has gained regulatory approval to deploy a new LTE technology over the same 5GHz frequencies that are used by Wi-Fi.
The U. S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) authorized the company's plan for launching the first LTE-U devices after the company assured the regulator that cellular network use of the 5GHz frequencies will not interfere with existing Wi-Fi networks.
With recent reports revealing that the new rules to be published by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in May will possible allow a fast lane for data-heavy services, a number of consumers have apparently been outraged.
According to reports, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is proceedings with its plans to hold a much-anticipated and much-talked-about broadcast spectrum auction in 2015. The auction will require broadcasters to voluntarily offer up their unused spectrum.
Until now, nobody has been chosen to lead the chair for the Federal Communications Commission. The decision is still pending from the side of President Obama, but this has led to a room of discussion as what should be the new regulator should be doing.
It has been revealed in a recent report that Verizon Wireless‘s proposal to buy a panel of cable operators’ Advanced Wireless Spectrum has been finally approved on Thursday by the Federal Communications Commission or FCC.
As per recent reports, it has been claimed that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is formulating a review on when or whether the police department as well as other government authorities can deliberately break off cellphone as well as internet services for the sake of protecting the safety of public.
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