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Reports, Filings and Notices

FCC Filing: NTIA letter to the FCC in support of the City of Charlotte's petition for declaratory ruling to clarify the scope of activities that are permitted to be conducted by entities authorized to operate on the 700 MHz public safety broadband spectrum. (PS Docket No. 06-229) (PDF 2 MB)
Posted April 8, 2011

First Interim Progress Report on the Ten Year Plan and Timetable: This report documents the actions and accomplishments completed in the execution and implementation of the Ten Year Plan to identify and make available 500 megahertz of spectrum for expanded wireless broadband use, and summarizes the actions to date resulting from the recommendations on the Fast Track Study. It covers the period from October 1, 2010 through March 31, 2011. (191KB pdf file)
Posted April 4, 2011

Relocation of Federal Radio Sysytems From the 1710-1755 MHz Spectrum Band: NTIA's fourth annual progress report on Federal agencies' progress in vacating certain wireless communications systems from the 1710 megahertz (MHz) to 1755 MHz radio spectrum that has been reallocated to commercial use. (222KB pdf file)
Posted April 1, 2011

Digital Nation - Expanding Internet Usage, NTIA Research Preview: NTIA's report on U.S. broadband Internet adoption based on an October 2010 survey of over 50,000 households commissioned by NTIA and conducted by the U. S. Census Bureau. (1.7MB)
- Current Population Survey (CPS) Internet Use 2010
Posted February 17, 2011

President’s Spectrum Plan Reports:
- Plan and Timetable to Make Available 500 Megahertz of Spectrum for Wireless Broadband: This report outlines the approach that NTIA will take in collaboration with the FCC and Federal agencies to achieve the President’s goal to make 500 megahertz of spectrum available for fixed and mobile wireless broadband within ten years. The report includes a list of bands for consideration under the plan. (956 KB PDF file)
- An Assessment of the Near-Term Viability of Accommodating Wireless Broadband Systems in the 1675-1710 MHz, 1755-1780 MHz, 3500-3650 MHz, and 4200-4220 MHz, 4380-4400 MHz Bands: This report presents NTIA’s analysis of bands under a “Fast Track” review.  The report recommends making available, within five years, 115 megahertz (1695-1710 MHz and 3550-3650 MHz) as an important step toward the President’s goal to make 500 megahertz available for wireless broadband within ten years. (7.6 MB PDF file)
- Factsheet (103 KB PDF file)
- NTIA 01/19/2011 Letter to FCC regarding reallocation of 115 megahertz of spectrum currently used by Federal agencies. (814 KB PDF file)
Statement on NTIA Selection of 1755-1850 MHz Band for Detailed Analysis
Updated February 1, 2011

FCC Filing: NTIA letter to the FCC regarding LightSquared’s application to modify its authority to provide mobile-satellite service/ancillary terrestrial component (MSS/ATC) service. (PDF 327 KB)
Posted January 12, 2011

NTIA Federal Register Notices

Online Documents from the Institute for Telecommunication Sciences

Spectrum Engineering Reports

FED-STD-1037C: Glossary of Telecommunication Terms

Ordering info for Spectrum Wall Chart

Spectrum Manual (Redbook)

Archive of Reports and Filings 2010

Archive of Reports and Filings 2009

Archive of Reports and Filings 2007 - 2008

Archive of Reports and Filings 2006

Archive of Reports and Filings 2005

Archive of Reports and Filings 2004

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
For NTIA's efforts, visit NTIA: Recovery Act.
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