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  • Last Minute Update: Reply Deadline in 5.8 GHz U-NII Proceeding Extended

    …Last month we reported that the FCC had announced deadlines for oppositions and replies to several petitions for reconsideration that had been filed with respect to recent changes to the rules governing the 5 GHz unlicensed band. The FCC received over 100 filings. The deadline for replies was today, August 25. But, apparently, that didn’t provide…

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  • 5.8 GHz U-NII Update: Dates Set for Responses to Recon Petitions

    … A couple of weeks ago we reported that several petitions for reconsideration had been filed relative to last April’s changes to the rules governing the 5 GHz unlicensed band. The FCC’s notice concerning those petitions has now made it into the Federal Register, which means that the deadlines for filing oppositions and replies have now been set…

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  • Parties Seek Reconsideration of 5.8 GHz Unlicensed Rules

    … Petitions address out-of-band emissions, set-top boxes, and vehicle communications. We reported back in April on rule changes in the 5 GHz unlicensed band. Seven Petitions for Reconsideration recently appeared on public notice. Comments will be due 15 days after the public notice appears in the Federal Register, which will probably happen…

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  • U-NII Waiver Requests Due in 30 Days

    … Waivers will allow retuning older U-NII-3 band systems to operate in U-NII-1. The new U-NII rules, which take effect June 2, increase the power limits for the U-NII-1 band (5.15-5.25 GHz) and allow outdoor operation. Devices certified for the higher-powered U-NII-3 band (5.725-5.825 GHz) can be retuned for use in U-NII-1, but older…

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  • Update: Effective Date Set for New Bulked-up Wi-Fi Rules

    … Early last month we reported on the adoption of new rules intended to beef up Wi-Fi operations across the country. Thanks to a notice in the Federal Register, we now know that those new rules (with one exception) will take effect on June 2, 2014. That starts a 12-month transition period (beginning with the June 2 effective date) by the end…

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