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Transition Plans and Transition Data for the 1755 – 1780 MHz Band

September 30, 2020

Transition Plans

  • Department of Commerce  Transition Complete*

  • Department of Defense (DoD)

    • U.S. Air Force — xlsx | pdf

    • U.S. Army — xlsx | pdf

    • U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps — xlsx | pdf

    • Defense Spectrum Organization — xlsx | pdf

  • Department of Energy  — xlsx | pdf —  

  • Department of Homeland Security  — xlsx | pdf

  • Department of Housing and Urban Development  Transition Complete*  

  • Department of the Interior

    • U.S. Geological Survey  — xlsx | pdf —  

    • National Park Service  — xlsx | pdf

  • Department of Justice  — xlsx | pdf —  

  • Department of Transportation  Transition Complete*

  • Department of Veterans Affairs  Transition Complete*

  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Transition Complete*

  • U.S. Capitol Police Transition Complete*

  • U.S. Agency for International Development Transition Complete*

  • U.S. Treasury  Transition Complete*

Additional Transition Data

  • Status of transition
    These files provide the Status of Transition
    for AWS-3 1755-1780 MHz frequency
    assignments as of November 20, 2019.– xlsx | pdf – 

  • DoD Workbook

    • Workbook Tab 1 — xlsx (28MB) — Updated September 10, 2014

    • Workbook Tab 2 — xlsx (31MB) — Updated September 10, 2014

    • Workbook Information File  — pdf — Updated September 30, 2014 [previously “Readme File”]

    • Experimental Operations — xlsx (15MB) New September 30, 2014

    • FCC Public Notice September 10, 2014

    • FCC Public Notice September 30, 2014

  • Census Tracts to FCC License Areas Crosswalk — xlsx — 
    Updated September 10, 2014.

  • Estimated Costs and Timelines (from NTIA to FCC on May 13, 2014) — xlsx | pdf
  • Federal Agency Contact Information — xlsx | pdf
  • Archive Files
  • Archived Transition Plans

*See Archived Transition Plans for transition plans of agencies that have completed transition.

NTIA contact: Gary Patrick, gpatrick@ntia.gov, (202) 482-3650