WISPA NEWS

LOCAL WISPA MEMBERS SPEAK WITH FCC CHAIRMAN PAI AND EXPRESS SUPPORT FOR HIS INTERNET FREEDOM INITIATIVE

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Dale Curtis 0 2045 Article rating: 4.0
Washington, DC – Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai today reached out to have conversations with several operators of small, fixed-wireless internet service providers (WISPs) about his “internet freedom” initiative.

CBRS -- Meeting with FCC Chairman Pai

Notice of Oral Ex Parte Presentation - Download

Mark Radabaugh 0 0 Article rating: No rating
On December 5, 2017, on behalf of the Wireless Internet Service Providers Association ("WISPA"), Jimmy Carr, CEO of All Points Broadband and a member of WISPA's Board of Directors, Ari Storch, and undersigned counsel to WISPA met with Chairman Ajit Pai, his Legal Advisor Rachael Bender, and his Communications Director Brian Hart to discuss issues related to the above-referenced proceeding.

WISPA Launches Facebook Group

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In response to many of your requests, WISPA has launched a FB Group where we hope to expand on our efforts to provide a forum for greater engagement and synergy among industry members. While we especially hope that all WISPA members will participate, anyone from the ISP industry may join and contribute. Preferred topics: Legislative and Regulatory, Technology, Products and Services, How-To's, Equipment and Service Needs, Events.

WISPA Applauds Chairman Pai’s Call for a Better Approach to Net Neutrality

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Dale Curtis 0 3023 Article rating: 2.6
Today, in an opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai outlines his proposal for a better approach to “net neutrality,” including a repeal of current rules that have created significant uncertainties and compliance burdens for small businesses that provide broadband.

WISPA and the Broadband Access Coalition Submit Reply Comments Urging FCC to Move on Mid-Band Spectrum Use

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Mark Radabaugh 0 1699 Article rating: 5.0
WISPA, along with the Broadband Access Coalition, submitted Reply Comments to the FCC in regard to the 37000-4200 MHZ band, urging the FCC to move forward with a notice of proposed rulemaking on the Coalition’s proposal to make the band available for fixed point-to-multipoint use. Separately, WISPA filed Reply Comments reiterating its views that the 5925-7125 MHz band should be made available for unlicensed use, and should not be auctioned.
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