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Court rules FCC is allowed to reassign 5.9 GHz bandwidth, killing V2X

The long-running saga of V2X (vehicle to everything), a system that uses part of the wireless spectrum to allow vehicles to communicate with our road infrastructure and each other, appears to finally be over. On Friday, the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled that the Federal Communications Commission can go through with its plan to free up part of the spectrum previously set aside for vehicles and infrastructure to talk to each other. Instead, that bandwidth will be turned over to Wi-Fi instead.
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Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro may have just passed through the FCC, ahead of fall launch

Google is going to announce the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro later this year, and back at I/O it teased plans for a fall release. After that official preview, we've picked up on a few rumors about what to expect from the hardware that will be succeeding the Pixel 6 series, but have been craving additional official information. Prior to a new phone arriving, we always look forward to seeing the publication of its FCC certification paperwork, and it sure looks like that's just what we're getting now for the Pixel 7 family.

Autel EVO II V3 drones, Smart Controller hit the FCC

Autel Robotics is readying to release six EVO II V3 drones, the company’s recent FCC filings indicate. Moreover, two new drone controllers are also being prepped for release. Autel EVO II V3 drones. Autel started creating different versions of its EVO II drones in response to the global chip...

FCC Judge Dismisses LPFM Review After Operator Failed To Secure A Lawyer.

The future of an Ohio low-power FM is in doubt after FCC Administrative Law Judge Jane Hinckley Halprin on Tuesday dismissed her review of whether Marion Education Exchange should be granted a new license term for WWGH-LP Marion, OH (107.1). The proceeding never really got off the ground since the LPFM operator failed to secure the required help of an attorney.
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Almost-certain Nest Wifi appears at FCC with Wi-Fi 6E on board

Google has a new device awaiting approval at the FCC, and all signs point to it being an updated Nest Wifi router that not only addresses the notable lack of Wi-Fi 6 on its last model but leapfrogs ahead to Wi-Fi 6E. In FCC documents made available yesterday, Google asked...
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Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro launch nears as they appear for the FCC pilgrimage

The Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro have made their scheduled FCC appearance under the disguise of model numbers GE2AE, GQML3, GP4BC, and GVU6C, unearthed by MySmartPrice. This indicates that Google is prepared to unleash them on our unsuspecting heads some time after the kids return to the classroom and start pestering their parents about the iPhone 14. As a reminder, the Pixel 6 first appeared there as the GR1YH, while the Pixel 6 Pro carried the model number GF5KQ.