DISH offers compromise to FCC on spectrum rules

12/3/2012 | Multichannel News · Broadcasting & Cable

DISH Network has told federal regulators that it would be willing to cede 5 MHz of its 20 MHz allotment if the satellite provider were assured of swift Federal Communications Commission approval of its application to use the frequencies for a terrestrial wireless service, according to a filing. DISH said it was responding to FCC concerns about potential interference with adjacent frequencies. FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski said Friday the agency still hopes to vote on DISH's application by the end of the year.

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