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Revised as of October 1, 2010
Goto Year:2009 |
§ 27.1320 Failure to comply with the NSA or the Commission's rules.
(a) Failure to comply with the Commission's rules or the terms of the
NSA may warrant cancelling the Upper 700 MHz D Block license and
awarding it to a new licensee. In the event the Upper 700 MHz D Block
license is cancelled, the Commission shall issue an order cancelling
the license and announcing the process for awarding rights to the
spectrum to a new licensee. Pending the award to a new licensee, the
Commission shall issue the Operating Company a special temporary
authority to prevent interruption of services provided over the Shared
Wireless Broadband Network. The Operating Company must continue to
provide both commercial service and services to public safety during
the transition. Upon grant of a new license, the Commission shall
establish the terms and timing under which the special temporary
authorization shall be cancelled and the new Upper 700 MHz D Block
licensee assumes the construction and operation of the network.
(b) If the Commission cancels or terminates the Upper 700 MHz D Block
license, a fair market valuation of the shared wireless broadband
network assets shall be performed immediately, pursuant to the fair
market valuation methodology set forth in the NSA. In the event that
the Upper 700 MHz D Block license is awarded to a new entity, the
Public Safety Broadband Licensee's option to purchase the network and
all network assets if and whenever the Upper 700 MHz D Block license is
cancelled or terminated and its right of first refusal to purchase the
network assets if and whenever such assets are otherwise to be sold
shall be assigned to the new Upper 700 MHz D Block licensee and the new
Network Assets Holder.
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Goto Year: 2009 |
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