Because CAIs are both users and providers of wireless broadband services, SHLB will continue to promote rules that help CAIs take advantage of spectrum opportunities for both licensed (including both shared and exclusive) and unlicensed spectrum in 2023.
SHLB 2.5 GHz Letter
June 23, 2023
Comments of the Schools, Health & Libraries Broadband Coalition and the
Consortium for School Networking in Response to the Request for Feedback on the
Institute for Telecommunication Sciences CBRS Report
May 31, 2023
Comments of the Public Interest Spectrum Coalition
April 17, 2023
SHLB and the Open Technology Institute at New America in Response to the Request for Comments on the Development of a National Spectrum Strategy
April 17, 2023
Letter to NTIA in support of balanced spectrum policy
April 13, 2023
Comments of The Public Interest Spectrum Coalition
April 5, 2023
February 23, 2022
SHLB and New America's Open Technology Institute wrote to the FCC recommending that it implement a single-round bidding format instead of a multiple-round clock auction for the 2.5GHz band.
October 21, 2021
The Public Interested Spectrum Coalition's comments argue that regulatory fees on unlicensed spectrum would undermine the public interest.
July 1, 2021
The Coalition wrote in opposition to a proposal to raise maximum authorized power levels in the CBRS band.
December 2, 2020
SHLB urged the FCC to refrain from further action on the 2.5 GHz proceeding until a new Commission is in place.
Wireless Policy Group
Meetings on the 3rd Thursday of the month at 2 ET
Open Technology Institute
Fresno Unified School District
SHLB Members Only