Duration: 67 minutes
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has made several changes to the allocation of radio frequencies in the United States during the last few years. In most cases, the changes have been proposed to address the seemingly insatiable demand for wireless broadband services. While few would argue the noble goals, these changes have created both opportunities and challenges.
In this webinar from April 13, 2021, Greg Kunkle, telecommunications attorney at Keller and Heckman, addresses these changes in frequency allocation — from the availability of TV white space and the reallocation of the 900 MHz spectrum to unlicensed use of the 6 GHz band. Erfan Ibrahim, CEO and founder of The Bit Bazaar LLC, investigates the challenges of navigating these changes for utilities and oil and gas producers. Rajant Corporation and Border States also summarize the practical solutions they offer to help customers navigate the changes, address security concerns and improve network reliability.
Greg Kunkle, attorney at Keller and Heckman
Efran Ibrahim, founder and CEO of The Bit Bazaar