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NAB Seeks International Recognition of Broadcast Band

Says ITU need to change allocations table to reflect post-auction home

The National Association of Broadcasters wants to make sure the world knows which spectrum remains in the hands of broadcasters following the incentive auction and TV station repack.

While it says the FCC has modified the domestic table of allocations to reflect the fact that Channels 14–36 remain in broadcaster hands and unavailable for other services after the incentive auction, NAB says the International Bureau has not made it explicitly clear that it will recommend the International Telecommunications Union make the same changes to its allocations table.

ITU World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-15) back in November 2015.

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