FCC Grants Two Broadband Segment Applications

The Federal Communications Commission's Wireless Telecommunications Bureau (Bureau) announces the grant of two 900 MHz broadband segment license applications. No petitions to deny these applications were filed, and the applications sufficiently demonstrate conformance with the eligibility conditions (Eligibility Certification) and requirements for transitioning the 900 MHz band in the particular county requested (Transition Plan). The applications were granted to PDV Spectrum, in Potter County and Randall County, Texas. PDV is a wholly owned subsidiary of Anterix, the largest holder of 900 MHz spectrum nationwide, and has been courting utilities that are interested in the spectrum for private LTE as they look to modernize and future-proof critical power grid infrastructure.

WTB Grants Two Broadband Segment Applications