Wireless Industry News

The FCC on Friday October 16, released the opening bid prices for the upcoming reverse auction of broadcaster spectrum, giving potential participants the first peek into how much the government is willing to pay for their airwaves.

At the start of the reverse auction, senior FCC officials said the number of bidding rounds would remain low to allow broadcasters to acclimate themselves to the process (though there will be training and information sessions prior to its start). The reverse auction is set to be a maximum of 52 rounds.

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