Prior Filings
Reports filed prior to July 2009 are accessed through the Electronic Comment Filing System. Reports filed in January 2009 are in Docket No. 07-250. Reports filed in 2007 and earlier are in Docket No. 01-309.

 

Archived Service Provider Individual Reports

Archived Service Provider Summary Reports

Summary Reports

Handset Totals by Service Provider This report sets forth, for each service provider, the total number of devices that the provider reported over each air interface; how many of these devices are rated M3, M4, T3, and T4; how many are not rated as hearing aid-compatible; and how many incorporate a Wi-Fi air interface.Anchor

Handset Totals by Air Interface
This report sets forth, for each single air interface and combination of air interfaces reported in any handset, the total number of unique devices reported by all service providers; how many of these devices are rated M3, M4, T3, and T4; how many are not rated as hearing aid-compatible; and how many incorporate a Wi-Fi air interface.

Information by Handset
This report sets forth, for each unique handset reported by any service provider, the handset manufacturer; the model name(s) under which it is marketed; the FCC ID(s); the air interface(s) and frequency band(s) over which it operates; the M and T ratings; whether it incorporates a Wi-Fi air interface; and the number of service providers that offered that handset. This information is taken from the manufacturers' reports and does not reflect the FCC's verification of hearing aid compatibility for individual handsets filed. Information regarding the hearing aid compatibility ratings associated with individual FCC ID numbers can be found in the FCC's Equipment Authorization System.

Handset Information by Service Provider
This report sets forth, for each service provider, the manufacturer, model name(s) and FCC ID(s) of every handset model that the service provider reported offering during the reporting period; the starting and ending available dates; the air interface(s) and frequency band(s) over which the handset operates; the M and T ratings; whether the handset incorporates a Wi-Fi air interface; and the level of functionality assigned to the handset by the service provider. This information is taken from the manufacturers' reports and does not reflect the FCC's verification of hearing aid compatibility for individual handsets filed. Information regarding the hearing aid compatibility ratings associated with individual FCC ID numbers can be found in the FCC's Equipment Authorization System.

Brand Names by Service Provider
This report sets forth, for each service provider, the brand names under which digital commercial mobile radio services are offered.

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Updated: 
Wednesday, February 11, 2015