FCC Signs Spectrum Coordination Agreements with Mexico – 2012-06-08 21:07:25 | Multichannel News

Washington D.C. – Today, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski participated in high-level discussions with U.S. and Mexican telecommunications officials at the State Department where the United States signed two Protocols with Mexico for sharing spectrum in the 800 MHz and 1.9 GHz bands along the U.S.-Mexican border. The signing of these documents marks the beginning of the final phase for rebanding in the 800 MHz band across the country. These actions will help support commercial broadband services and public safety mission-critical voice communications along the U.S.-Mexico border and throughout the United States.

The FCC announced two spectrum coordination agreements with Mexico that clear the way for clearing up spectrum-sharing issues along that border.Lest broadcasters get their hopes up, they were agreement dealing with commercial wireless service and not with broadcast border issues related to incentive auction repacking.

DOC-314532A1.pdf (application/pdf Object).

via FCC Signs Spectrum Coordination Agreements with Mexico – 2012-06-08 21:07:25 | Multichannel News.

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