"Wildcarding" allows you to search by matching specific patterns:
Note that these searches are NOT case-sensitive. The Entity Name and Lead Call Sign used should be the same as was submitted on the waiver request form.
There are currently three (3) types of waivers for which 800 MHz licensees undergoing reconfiguration can file regarding extensions to the program completion date of June 26, 2008. An FCC Public Notice provides guidance for licensees in selecting and submitting the appropriate two of the three waiver types ( Interim or Standard ) depending on their circumstances. The TA provides both Interim and Standard waiver request forms, with submission guidance, at its website and the FCC has strongly recommended using these forms. The third waiver type is for those waivers that may have been submitted for consideration prior to the FCC PN 08-23 released on January 18, 2008 ( 2008.01.18 ).
For Standard Waivers – waivers for those licensees or entities that already have completed Frequency Reconfiguration Agreements (FRAs) with Sprint Nextel – the Extension Date Requested is the date by which the filer expects to have completed their rebanding and be fully off their old frequencies and operating on their new frequencies.
For Interim Waivers – waivers for those licensees or entities that have not yet negotiated and executed FRAs – the Extension Date Requested is the date by which the filer will have completed planning, as well as negotiation and execution of their FRA and will have submitted a Standard Waiver request.