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FCC Improves Public Safety Communications in 4.9 GHz Band

United States
United States
, 2023-03-13
RadioSafety
The FCC has adopted rules that improve public safety communications in the 4.9 GHz band, while allowing secondary, non-public safety use under a new leasing model.
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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has adopted new rules to manage the 4.9 GHz (4940-4990 MHz) band, with the aim of improving public safety communications. The rules also allow for secondary use by non-public safety services, via a new leasing model. A nationwide Band Manager will be appointed to coordinate all operations in the band, with priority given to public safety operations. These new rules will enable the integration of the latest technologies and optimize public safety use. In addition, these new regulations will increase use for public safety and enable the integration of the latest commercially available technologies, such as 5G. The changes will take effect on March 30, 2023. Source: Official website (PDF)

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