FCC Plans Vote On Probe Into Wireless Receiver Quality

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By Christopher Cole (April 4, 2022, 7:14 PM EDT) — The Federal Communications Commission has scheduled an April 21 vote on whether to launch an inquiry into wireless receiver quality in hopes of better ensuring that devices don’t interfere or listen outside their own frequency bands.

The move would “promote more efficient use of spectrum” and, in the process, ease the introduction of new and innovative services to the airwaves, the FCC said. After reviewing comments submitted in response to the notice of inquiry, the FCC would be free to issue guidance or start working on rules to avoid spectrum disputes.

FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel signaled in early March that the commission…

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