From FCC’s Daily Digest, July 2, 2018

In the first item below, the FCC denies Miami-Dade a waiver request on additional time re 800 rebanding and requires Miami-Dade and Sprint to conclude actions in 90 days.  The latter two items are additional FCC enforcement actions re energy efficient lighting, imposing a $15K and $55K penalties, respectively.

IMPROVING PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS IN THE 800 MHZ BAND\r\n. Denies Miami-Dade County’s Request for a Further Extension of Jun 26, 2008 Deadline. (Dkt No 02-55). Action by: Chief, Policy and Licensing Division, Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau. Adopted: 2018-07-02 by ORDER. (DA No. 18-685). WTB PSHSB. DA-18-685A1.docx DA-18-685A1.pdf DA-18-685A1.txt

CIRRUS SYSTEMS, INC . Resolves an investigation into whether Cirrus Systems marketed LED signs used in digital billboards and other commercial and industrial applications, in violation of the Commission’s equipment marketing rules. Action by: Deputy Chief, Enforcement Bureau. Adopted: 2018-06-29 by Order/Consent Decree. (DA No. 18-628). EB. DA-18-628A1.pdf DA-18-628A1.txt

EBSCO SIGN GROUP, LLC. Resolves an investigation into whether EBSCO Sign Group marketed LED signs used in digital billboards and other commercial and industrial applications, in violation of the Commission’s equipment marketing rules. Action by: Deputy Chief, Enforcement Bureau. Adopted: 2018-06-29 by Order/Consent Decree. (DA No. 18-655). EB. DA-18-655A1.pdf DA-18-655A1.txt