Wireless Bureau Announces the Elections for the 218-219 MHz Service
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2/15/2001
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 01-376)
218-219 MHz Service (formerly known as IVDS) Refund Procedures
This Public Notice summarizes the procedures and identifies the points of contact for the processing of refunds authorized by the 218-219 MHz Order released on September 10, 1999.
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1/3/2001
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 01-09)
Wireless Bureau announces revised election date and amended eligibility list for 218-219 MHz Service
Wireless Bureau announces revised election date (January 31, 2001) and amended eligibility list for 218-219 MHz service.
 
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Restructuring Rules for the 218-219 MHz Service
 
4/20/2000
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 00-900)
Implementation Procedures for the Report and Order and Memorandum Opinion and Order Addressing the 218-219 MHz Services (Formerly Known as Interactive Video and Data Services (IVDS))
This Public Notice provides implementation procedures for the 218-219 MHz Order which modified the regulations governing the licensing of the 218-219 MHz Service to maximize the efficient and effective use of the band.
 
2/18/2000
PUBLIC NOTICE (FCC 00-60)
FCC Announces Change to the Election Date for 218-219 MHz Service
This Public Notice announces the changes of the Election Day to the last business day of the first full month after an Order on the petitions for reconsideration is released by the Commission.
 
Wireless Telecommunications Bureau Clarifies Spectrum Auction Anti-Collusion Rules
 
10/2/1995
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 95-2099)
Comments Sought On Request For IVDS Rule Waivers
The WTB seeks comment on two requests for waiver of Section 95.859(a) of the rules, 47 C.F.R. 95.859(a), filed by Anthony J. Benison and New England Interactive TV, Inc.
 
6/26/1995
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 95-1617)
WTB Staff Clarifies "Grace Period" Rule For IVDS "Auction" Licensees Paying By Installment Payments
The WTB has decided to extend to IVDS the three to six month grace period granted to Personal Communication Service (PCS) auction. Companies experiencing financial distress would be given an additional 90 days to make payment.
 
Commission Announces That Mutually Exclusive "Short-Form" Applications (Form 175) To Participate In Competitive Bidding Process (Auctions) Are Treated As Exempt For Ex Parte Purpose.
 
10/26/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 95-2244)
WTB Clarifies Spectrum Auction Anti-Collusion Rules
The WTB has received numerous inquiries concerning the Commission's auction rules and eligibility requirements for the various spectrum auctions. This Public Notice, in which the Bureau provides guidance regarding the Commission's anti-collusion rules, is meant to serve as a guideline for all auctions.
 
10/2/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 95-2099)
Comments Sought On Request For IVDS Rule Waivers
The WTB seeks comment on two requests for waiver of Section 95.859(a) of the rules, 47 C.F.R. 95.859(a), filed by Anthony J. Benison and New England Interactive TV, Inc. Section 95.859(a), which concerns the Interactive Video and Data Service (IVDS), states the maximum effective radiated power (ERP) permitted for use in association with given cell transmitter station (CTS) antenna heights.
 
8/5/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (PNWL 94-005)
IVDS Bidders Alert
The IVDS auction successfully closed July 29, 1994. The Commission has received numerous requests for an extension of the payment due date, which will not be changed. Moreover, a penalty will be assessed to bidders who default on payment.
 
8/2/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE
WTB announces the High bidders for 594 Interactive Video and Data Service (IVDS) licenses.
 
 
6/17/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (PNWL 94-001)
Answers To Questions From The June 6, 1994 FCC Bidders Seminar Auction of Narrowband Personal Communications Service and Interactive Video and Data Service Licenses
 
 
Friends of IVDS, L.L.C. - Request for Refund of Installment Payments
 
Letter to Mr. Jay N. Lazrus, Esquire on behalf of Charleston Interactive Technologies, LLC
 
Messrs. Gavin and Besozzi on behalf U.S. Telemetry Corporation
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2/28/2002
LETTER (DA 02-476)
Mr. Walter Steimel, Jr., Esquire Counsel for Red Hot Radio, G.P.
This letter dismisses Red Hot Radio's petition for reconsideration of its omission from the Eligibility List contained in the January 3, 2001 Election PN, 16 FCC Rcd. 5937.
 
Mr. Kurt Schueler, President of New England Mobile Communications, Inc.
 
6/12/2001
LETTER (DA 01-1413)
Letter to E. Ashton Johnston, Esquire, on behalf of Vista Communications, Inc. (Vista)
This letter denies Vista's eligibility status for participation in the 218-219 MHz restructuring plan as well as its request for waiver of the Commission's grace period rules and request to remit funds sufficient to cover installment payments due on its licenses to make it current through March 16, 1998.
 
1/23/2001
LETTER (DA 01-170)
Letter to J. Jeffrey Craven, Esquire, Patton Boggs, LLP
This letter denies IVIDCO's request for reconsideration of the Bureau's decision that IVIDCO is ineligible to participate in the restructuring plan.
 
 
IVDS On-Line Partnership
 
7/27/2010
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER (FCC 10-131)
Spectrum IVDS, L.L.C.
Request for Reconsideration of License Renewal and Reinstatement of the 218-219 MHz Service B Block License for Market IVM005, Detroit/Ann Arbor, Michigan, Call Sign KIVD0019.
 
Spectrum IVDS, LLC
 
In the Matter of Hill & Welch and Myers Keller Communications Law Group Request for Attorney Fees in Connection with the 218-219 MHz Service, Regional Narrowband PCS Service and Nationwide Narrowband PCS Service
 
Application of Red Hot Radio, Inc. for Review of the Dismissal of the Petition for Reconsideration of the "WTB Announces Revised Election Date and Amended Eligibility List for 218-219 MHz Service," Public Notice
 
Hill & Welch and Myers Keller Communications Law Group Request for Attorney Fees in Connection with the 218-219 MHz Service, Regional Narrowband PCS Service, and Nationwide Narrowband PCS
 
2/21/2003
ORDER ON RECONSIDERATION (DA 03-487)
Vista Communications, Inc.
This Order denies a petition for reconsideration filed by Vista and affirms an earlier order denying a request to waive the Commission's installment payment rules.
 
Third Order on Reconsideration of the Report and Order and Memorandum Opinion and Order
 
In the Matter of Hill & Welch and Myers Keller Communications Law Group Request for Attorney Fees in Connection with the 218-219 MHz Service, Regional Narrowband PCS Service, and Nationwide Narrowband PCS Service
 
In the Matter of Amendment of Part 95 of the Commission's Rules to Provide Regulatory Flexibility in the 218-219 MHz Service
 
10/26/2000
ORDER (DA 00-2410)
Hill and Welch and Myers Keller Communications Law Group
This Order denies the request for attorney fees in connection with 218-219 MHZ service proceeding and regional narrowband PCS service.
 
In the Matter of Amendment of Part 95 of the Commission's Rules to Provide Regulatory Flexibility in the 218-219 MHz Service.
 
8/18/1999
ORDER (FCC 99-211)
Memorandum Opinion and Order and Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
This MO&O denies a Declaratory Judgement and Other Relief filed by Commercial Realty St. Pete, Inc. (Adopted: 8/6/99)
 
Erratum to Order, Memorandum Opinion and Order and Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
 
9/17/1998
ORDER (FCC 98-228)
In the Matter of Amendment of Part 95 of the Commission's Rules to Provide Regulatory Flexibility in the 218-219 MHz Service
This Order, MO&O and Notice initiates a comprehensive examination of the Commission's regulations governing the licensing and use of frequencies in the 218-219 MHz band. See Erratum FCC98-228 for corrections.
 
5/28/1998
ORDER (DA 98-1008)
In the Matter of Community Teleplay, Inc., et al., Petition for Relief of Application of Bidding Credits in the Interactive Video and Data Service Auction
The Commission dismissed the Petition for Relief, filed on December 5, 1995, and its associated Supplement for Relief, filed on January 9, 1998, by several parties challenging one of the rules under which the Commission held the July 1994 Interactive Video and Data Service ("IVDS") auction.
 
 
FCC Permits IVDS Licensees to Provide Mobile Service to Subscribers
 
1/30/1996
NEWS
The FCC Denies a Request for Waiver of an Interactive Video and Data Service (IVDS) Short-Form (auctions) Application Filing Deadline
The FCC has denied a request for waiver of an Interactive Video and Data Service (IVDS) "short-form" (auctions) application filing deadline. The Commission's action denies an Application for Review filed by Interactive Capital Group (ICG), and affirms a determination by the WTB.
 
1/11/1996
NEWS
FCC Amends its Rules to Modify the Build-out Requirements for the IVDS
The FCC has amended its rules to modify the "build-out" requirements for the IVDS. The Commission's action eliminates the one-year build-out requirement, while retaining the three-year and five-year build-out requirements. The action will allow the IVDS industry additional time to develop and deploy new and innovative applications.
 
News
 
5/3/1995
NEWS
News
The FCC has proposed to allow Interactive Video and Data Service (IVDS) licensees to provide mobile service to subscribers on an ancillary basis. This proceeding was initiated by a petition for rule making from EON Corporation.
 
News
 
8/15/1994
NEWS
News
The Commission has affirmed the Private Radio Bureau's dismissal of a petition for reconsideration filed by Larry M. Warner, Esq., trustee, on behalf of the John Calvin Kemmer, Inter Vivos Trust (JCK Trust). The JCK Trust is an applicant for Interactive Video and Data Service (IVDS) licenses in one of nine markets.
 
4/20/1994
NEWS
News
The Commission has adopted a Fourth Report and Order to implement its auction authority to award licenses in the Interactive Video and Data Service (IVDS).