FCC Plans to Open 150 MHz Spectrum for General Consumer Use

The Federal Communications Commission has proposed a plan to make more of the spectrum available for fixed wireless broadband, carrier-grade small cell deployments and general consumer use. The proposed plan, Citizens Broadband Radio Service, has recommended making the 150 MHz spectrum available in the 3.5 GHz band. The proposal details a three-tiered access and sharing model that involves federal and non-federal officials, priority access licensees and general authorized access users. A goal of the proposal is to promote flexibility and innovation in sharing technological advancements between users.

Read more about the proposed plan to open the 150 MHz spectrum for general consumer use.