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UTC files in support of 900 MHz petition, highlights incumbent protection requirements

UTC files in support of 900 MHz petition, highlights incumbent protection requirements

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UTC filed reply comments in support of a Petition for Rulemaking to allow utilities the option of operating broadband systems using 5/5 megahertz bandwidth in the 900 MHz band (896-901/935-940 MHz).  In its reply comments UTC echoed the comments of utilities who explained how they and others are deploying private long-term evolution (PLTE) systems to meet their increasing communications needs to support high data capacity and low latency necessary for deploying technologies and applications that support the increasing reliability, security, and efficiency needs of the nation’s energy infrastructure.  UTC’s reply comments also echoed comments supporting the continued protection of incumbent narrowband systems from interference and the ability to voluntarily negotiate relocation of narrowband incumbents, including complex systems.   Finally, UTC echoed the comments requesting the Commission to partially lift the freeze to enable incumbent narrowband systems to expand their coverage or otherwise modify their facilities as needed. In this way, UTC urged the Commission to adopt a rulemaking consistent with the Petition and consistent with UTC’s reply comments and the comments on the record as a whole.


Respectfully submitted,


Brett Kilbourne

Senior Vice President of Policy and General Counsel

Utilities Technology Council

May 17, 2024


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