Senators have urged acting FCC chairwoman Mignon Clyburn to advance the agency’s efforts to coordinate spectrum usage along the Canadian and Mexico borders.
Nineteen U.S. senators sent a letter Sept. 20 to acting FCC chairwoman Mignon Clyburn reminding her that the FCC is obligated by law to coordinate with frequency usage with the governments of Canada and Mexico before conducting its incentive auction, which aims to clear U.S. TV spectrum for use by mobile wireless service providers. “This coordination is expressly required in the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012 and is necessary to avoid harm to television ...
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