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Senators Introduce Bill to Repeal T-Band Reallocation, Auction

Five senators reintroduced the Don’t Break Up the T-Band Act, legislation that would preserve emergency personnel’s access to UHF T-band spectrum at 470 – 512 MHz. The bill repeals a provision of the 2012 Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation … Continue reading

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T-Band Mandate Shouldn’t Be A Problem for Public-Safety Agencies

From a IWCE Urgent Communications article: LAS VEGAS – Public-safety agencies with LMR networks operating on T-Band spectrum (470-512 MHz) should not be “overly concerned” about relocating their systems, even though current law requires them to vacate the airwaves in … Continue reading

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Background on the T-Band Give-Back

The publication Urgent Communications has a nice Q and A article on the new law requiring a reallocation of the 700 MHz “D Block” to Public Safety in return for their give-back of the 470 – 512 MHz T-Band frequencies.  … Continue reading

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Chicago Seeks T-Band Advice from the FCC

The city of Chicago is questioning the FCC over a new law requiring them to move off the T-Band.  Will other areas that heavily use the T-Band (like Los Angeles and the planned LA-RICS system) follow?  This is going to … Continue reading

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