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On Oct 27th, FCC voted to launch a proceeding to explore repurposing up to 550 megahertz in the 12.7 to 13.25 GHz (mid-band) for Next-Gen Wireless, including 5G, 6G, and beyond.
The mid-band offers an ideal blend of capacity and coverage and can support faster speeds and wider coverage. The 12.7 GHz band is believed to be ideally suited for mobile broadband use as it is already allocated for terrestrial mobile services on a primary basis domestically.
The Notice of Inquiry seeks information on how the Commission could encourage more efficient and intensive use of the 12.7 GHz band and asks about methodologies to promote coexistence or sharing between potential new entrants and existing users, whether some or all of the current incumbents should be relocated to provide a clean slate for more intensive use of some or all of the band.
The Notice of Inquiry is available in this link and it’s available for comments until Nov 28th.
Type Approval Impacted? No
Spectrum Impacted? Yes, 12.7 to 13.25 GHz
Imports Impacted? No
Products Impacted? Radios, infra-structure radios