FCC extends Deadline to Register Your C-band Earth Station

By this Public Notice, the International Bureau (Bureau) announces a 90-day extension, to

October 17, 2018, to the filing window for fixed-satellite service (FSS) earth stations currently operating

in the 3.7-4.2 GHz frequency band announced in the Public Notice DA 18-398 (April 19, 2018) (Freeze

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The Bureau also clarifies that applications to register multiple FSS antennas operating in this band

that are located at the same address or geographic location may be filed in the International Bureau Filing

System (IBFS) by using a single registration form and paying a single fee (fee code CMO, currently

$435). Finally, the Bureau announces the availability of an additional option to facilitate the registration

of large numbers of geographically diverse earth stations by filing an application for a single “network”

license and paying a single fee in IBFS (fee code BGV, currently $10,620).

 

 

 

 

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