CCIA Submits Letter To FCC Asking It To Free Spectrum For 5G Technologies

BY Heather Greenfield
August 4, 2016

Washington — The FCC took action in its Spectrum Frontiers proceeding three weeks ago, blazing a trail for the development of next generation mobile services, or “5G.”  The Computer & Communications Industry Association encouraged the FCC to continue its work finding new high-band spectrum to facilitate 5G.  CCIA submitted a letter Thursday urging the FCC to free up spectrum in a currently underutilized band that would promote the development of 5G technologies and maintain the United States’ position as a global leader in mobile.

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