FCC Releases Agenda and Draft Proposals for May Open Commission Meeting
The Federal Communications Commission has announced the agenda for its May 15, 2020 Open Commission Meeting. At the meeting the FCC will vote on the following proposals; please follow the links below to view the draft documents in circulation at the FCC:
- Transitioning the 900 MHz Band to Enable Broadband Deployment
The Commission will consider a Report and Order that would realign the 900 MHz band to create a new six megahertz broadband segment to support the growing technological needs of our nation’s industries, while reserving the remaining four megahertz of the band for narrowband operations. (WT Docket No. 17-200)
- Facilitating Deployment of Satellite Earth Stations in Motion
The Commission will consider a Second Report and Order and Report and Order addressing rules to facilitate the deployment of geostationary-satellite orbit and non-geostationary-orbit fixed-satellite service earth stations that operate while in motion. (IB Docket Nos. 17-95, 18-315)
- Revising Broadcaster Rules on Public Notice of Filing Applications
The Commission will consider a Report and Order that would modernize and simplify the written and on-air public notices broadcasters must provide upon the filing of certain applications. (MB Docket Nos. 17-264, 17-105, 05-6)
- Modernizing Regulatory Fee Rules to Level the Playing Field, Initiating FY20 Process
The Commission will consider a Report and Order and Notice of Proposed Rulemaking. The Report and Order would level the playing field between domestic and foreign licensed space stations by assessing a regulatory fee on non-U.S. licensed space stations with United States market access. The Notice of Proposed Rulemaking initiates the Commission’s annual regulatory fee proceeding. (MD Docket Nos. 20-105, 19-105)
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