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Legal Authority: 47 USC 154; 47 USC 157(a); 47 USC 303(c); 47 USC 
303(f); 47 USC 303(g); 47 USC 303(r)

CFR Citation: 47 CFR 2

Legal Deadline: None

Abstract: The First Report and Order allocated 50 MHz of spectrum on 
the 3650-3700 MHz band to the fixed and mobile (base stations) 
terrestrial services on a primary basis. It also ensures the continuity 
of fixed satellite service (FSS) operations and permits new FSS 
operations to help alleviate congestion in the adjacent 3700-4200 MHz 
FSS band.
The second notice of proposed rulemaking proposes to establish 
licensing and service rules for the assignment of fixed and mobile 
services licenses in the 3650-3700 MHz band. It also seeks comments on 
whether technical requirements or other reasons justify licensing the 
3650-3700 MHz and the 4940-4990 MHz band at the same time.

Timetable:
________________________________________________________________________

Action                            Date                      FR Cite

________________________________________________________________________

NPRM                            01/14/99                     64 FR 2462
NPRM Comment Period End         03/01/99
First R&O                       11/17/00                    65 FR 69454
Second NPRM                     11/17/00                    65 FR 69612
Petition for Reconsideration    03/28/01                    66 FR 16940


Next Action Undetermined

Regulatory Flexibility Analysis Required: Yes

Small Entities Affected: Businesses, Governmental Jurisdictions

Government Levels Affected: Undetermined

Federalism:  Undetermined

Additional Information: ET Docket No. 98-237

Agency Contact: Rodney P. Conway, Federal Communications Commission, 
Office of Engineering and Technology, 445 12th Street, SW., Washington, 
DC 20554
Phone: 202 418-2904
Fax: 202 418-1944
Email: rconway@fcc.gov

RIN: 3060-AH14
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Federal Communications Commission (FCC)               Long-Term Actions
 
Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau

_______________________________________________________________________
 
3865. FIXED SATELLITE SERVICE AND TERRESTRIAL SYSTEM IN THE KU-BAND

Priority: Substantive, Nonsignificant

Legal Authority: 47 USC 154; 47 USC 157; 47 USC 303

CFR Citation: 47 CFR 2; 47 CFR 25

Legal Deadline: None

Abstract: The Memorandum Opinion and Order and 2nd Report and Order 
addressed petitions for reconsideration and established technical, 
service, and licensing rules for Multichannel Video Distribution and 
Data Service (MVDDS) in the 12 GHz band. MVDDS will facilitate the 
delivery of new communications services, such as video and broadband 
services, to a wide range of populations, including those that are 
unserved or underserved. These rules will allow MVDDS licensees to 
share the 12 GHz band with new operators on a com-primary basis, and 
non-harmful interference basis with incumbent Direct Broadcast 
Satellite service providers.

Timetable:
________________________________________________________________________

Action                            Date                      FR Cite

________________________________________________________________________

NPRM                            01/12/99                     64 FR 1786
Order                           02/16/99                     64 FR 7577
Public Notice                   12/15/99                    64 FR 70028
FNPRM                           01/24/01                     66 FR 7607
R&O                             02/16/01                    66 FR 10601
Petitions for Reconsideration   04/09/01                    66 FR 18474
2nd R&O                         06/26/02                    67 FR 43031
3rd R&O                         06/18/03                    68 FR 42610
Order To Deny                   06/25/03                    68 FR 43942


Next Action Undetermined

Regulatory Flexibility Analysis Required: Yes

Small Entities Affected: Businesses

Government Levels Affected: Undetermined

Federalism:  Undetermined

Additional Information: ET Docket No. 98-206

Agency Contact: Tom Derenge, Chief, Spectrum Policy Branch, Federal 
Communications Commission, Office of Engineering and Technology, 445 
12th Street, SW., Washington, DC 20554
Phone: 202 418-2451
Email: tderenge@fcc.gov

RIN: 3060-AH17
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Federal Communications Commission (FCC)               Long-Term Actions
 
Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau

_______________________________________________________________________
 
3866. REVISION OF THE RULES REGARDING ULTRA-WIDEBAND TRANSMISSION

Priority: Substantive, Nonsignificant

Legal Authority: 47 USC 154; 47 USC 302; 47 USC 303; 47 USC 304; 47 USC 
307; 47 USC 544A

CFR Citation: 47 CFR 15

Legal Deadline: None

Abstract: The First Report and Order amends the Commission's rules to 
permit the marketing and operation of certain types of new products 
incorporating ultra-wideband (UWB) technology. UWB devices operate by 
employing very narrow or short duration pulses that result in very 
large or wideband transmission bandwidths. UWB technology holds great 
promise for a vast array of new applications that we believe will 
provide significant

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benefits for public safety, businesses and consumers. With appropriate 
technical standards, UWB devices can operate using spectrum occupied by 
existing radio services without causing interference, thereby 
permitting scarce spectrum resources to be used more efficiently.
The Memorandum Opinion and Order responded to fourteen petitions for 
reconsideration that were filed in response to the regulations for 
unlicensed ultra wideband (UWB) operations. In general, this document 
does not make any significant changes to the existing UWB parameters as 
the Commission is reluctant to do so until it has more experience with 
UWB devices. The Commission believes that any major changes to the 
rules for existing UWB product categories at this early stage would be 
disruptive to current industry product development efforts.
The Further Notice of Proposed Rule Making proposed new rules to 
address issues raised by some of the petitions for reconsideration that 
were outside the scope of the proceeding. New rules were proposed to 
address issues regarding the operation of low pulse repetition 
frequency UWB systems, including vehicular radars, in the 3.1-10.6 GHz 
band; and the operation frequency hopping vehicular radars in the 22-29 
GHz band as UWB devices. The Commission also proposed new rules that 
would establish new peak power limits for wideband Part 15 devices that 
do no operate as UWB devices and proposed to eliminate the definition 
of a UWB device.

Timetable:
________________________________________________________________________

Action                            Date                      FR Cite

________________________________________________________________________

NPRM                            06/14/00                    65 FR 37332
NPRM Comment Period End         10/12/00
1st R&O                         05/16/02                    67 FR 34852
MO&O                            04/22/03                    68 FR 19746
FNPRM                           04/22/03                    68 FR 19773


Next Action Undetermined

Regulatory Flexibility Analysis Required: Yes

Small Entities Affected: Businesses

Government Levels Affected: None

Additional Information: ET Docket No. 98-153

Agency Contact: John Reed, Electronics Engineer, Federal Communications 
Commission, Office of Engineering and Technology, 445 12th Street, SW., 
Washington, DC 20554
Phone: 202 418-2455
Fax: 202 418-1944
Email: jreed@fcc.gov

RIN: 3060-AH47
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Federal Communications Commission (FCC)               Long-Term Actions
 
Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau

_______________________________________________________________________
 
3867. SOFTWARE DEFINED RADIO AUTHORIZATION

Priority: Substantive, Nonsignificant

Legal Authority: 47 USC 151; 47 USC 154(i); 47 USC 154(j); 47 USC 155; 
47 USC 225; 47 USC 303(r); 47 USC 309

CFR Citation: 47 CFR 1; 47 CFR 2

Legal Deadline: None

Abstract: The NPRM proposes to streamline the equipment authorization 
procedures for software defined radios. We propose to define software 
defined radios as a new class of equipment with equipment authorization 
rules that reflect the additional flexibility incorporated into such 
radios. The frequency and technology agility of software defined radios 
could increase the use of presently underutilized frequency bands.

Timetable:
________________________________________________________________________

Action                            Date                      FR Cite

________________________________________________________________________

NPRM                            01/03/01                      66 FR 341
Report & Order                  10/05/01                    66 FR 50834
Petitions for Reconsideration   12/07/01                    66 FR 63545


Next Action Undetermined

Regulatory Flexibility Analysis Required: Yes

Small Entities Affected: Businesses

Government Levels Affected: Undetermined

Federalism:  Undetermined

Additional Information: ET Docket No. 00-47

Agency Contact: Hugh Van Tuyl, Electronics Engineer, Federal 
Communications Commission, Office of Engineering and Technology, 445 
12th Street, SW., Washington, DC 20554
Phone: 202 418-7506
Fax: 202 418-1944
Email: hugh.vantuyl@fcc.gov

RIN: 3060-AH64
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