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  Federal Register released the FCC's final rules of 6GHz
    The Federal Communications Commission adopts rules designed to optimize unlicensed access by authorizing two types of unlicensed operations in the 6 GHz band while also protecting incumbent services so that they continue to thrive in the band. The Commission is authorizing unlicensed standard-power access points that will operate under the control of an automated frequency coordination (AFC) system in portions of the 6 GHz band. Federal Register shows that the effective date is from July 27, 2020.



  The different device class and their power limits are as follows. Regarding the AFC mechanism, it is described in the Report & Order that Standard-Power AP needs to be registered with AFC before transmission. However, the AFC operator is not designated by the FCC, so it’s going to take a while until AFC operation.

 Source:
https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2020/05/26/2020-11236/unlicensed-use-of-the-6-ghz-band

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