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WISPA Bids Farewell to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski and Commissioner Robert McDowell

Organization urges new replacement prospects to maintain a fair balance of licensed and unlicensed spectrum

Mt. Vernon, IL (PRWEB) March 25, 2013

The Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA), a membership organization that promotes the development, advancement and unity of the wireless Internet service provider industry, bids farewell to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski and Commissioner Robert McDowell. WISPA thanks both for their service to the public and wishes them well in their future endeavors.

WISPA Requests The FCC To Prevent High-Power Network Operator From Using Unlicensed Spectrum

Fear that interference may jeopardize network operators, unlicensed devices, consumers and businesses

Mt. Vernon, IL (PRWEB) March 14, 2013

Wireless ISP Association Wants More Unlicensed

Communications Daily

May 17, 2012

By Matthew Schwartz



May 16, 2012

By Paul Kirby

The FCC should make the 3550-3650 megahertz band available through the same “licensed-light” regime as it did the 3650-3700 MHz band, which would allow wireless Internet service providers (WISPs) to use the frequencies to meet the increasing data demands of their customers, leaders of the Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA) said today.

WISPs Storm D.C., Plead Unlicensed-Spectrum Case

Communications Technology

May 17, 2012

By Stuart Zipper

Executives from more than 20 wireless Internet service providers (WISPs) converged on Washington, D.C., yesterday in an effort to convince Congress and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to shake loose more spectrum — preferably unlicensed spectrum — for use in rural broadband. 

Small Wireless Broadband Providers Keeping Pressure on FCC, Congress

National Journal

May 16, 2012

By Juliana Gruenwald


Representatives from a group representing more than 700 small wireless broadband providers are making their first pilgrimage to Washington this week to lobby policy makers to ensure the firms continue to have access to unlicensed spectrum.