Our Work

Protecting Public Airwaves

Voqal believes that telecommunications policy should be focused on ensuring that the country’s telecommunications resources and infrastructure contribute to a socially equitable world for all. In addition, these resources have immense educational benefits and policies should be crafted in a way that leverages those benefits. We engage with the FCC and other government agencies to ensure this point of view is heard.

Policy Resources

Voqal strongly believes that in order for strong public airwaves policies to exist, it is important for the public to be informed about this somewhat complicated field of public policy. Below are some trainings and resources aimed at helping interested individuals and organizations learn more about the concepts at the core of this type of policy.

Spectrum Basics

Spectrum Basics Slides

Spectrum Marketplace Update (December 3, 2020)

Spectrum Marketplace Update Slides

Filings

Group Letter to Congress on Extending 2.5 GHz Priority Window for Indian Tribes
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Tunney Act Comments of Voqal

Re: U.S., et al. v. Deutsche Telekom AG, et al., No. 1-19-cv-02232-TJ

Letter from Public Interest Groups Opposing Universal Service Fund Cap

WC Docket No. 06-122

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Response to 5-30-19 ExParte Letter Filed by WCAI Re: Transforming the 2.5 GHz Band, Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

WT Docket No. 18-120

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Joint Request To Ensure Complete EBS Record Re: Transforming the 2.5 GHz Band

WT Docket No. 18-120

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Rationalization Ex Parte, Transforming the 2.5 GHz Band

WT Docket No. 18-120

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Joint Letter to FCC Re: Transforming the 2.5 GHz Band

WT Docket No. 18-20

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Letter to Senate Commerce Subcommittee Regarding Rural Broadband

Re: Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, Innovation, and the Internet hearing titled “The Impact of Broadband Investments in Rural America.

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Reply of Voqal To Joint Opposition of T-Mobile US, INC. and Sprint Corporation

Re: WT Docket No. 18-197

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Voqal EBS Reply Comments

Re: WT Docket No. 03-66 (Terminated), WT Docket No. 18-120

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