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FCC wants more info on Straight Path's spectrum licenses

Straight PathCommunications Inc. vowed to continue working with the FCC afterthe commission requested more documents and information about its 39 GHz and 28GHz spectrum licenses.

In a Sept. 27 securities filing, Straight Path said that itreceived the FCC's request via a Sept. 20 letter. The request is related toanonymous claimsabout the wireless provider's lack of substantial service when its spectrumlicenses were renewed in 2011 and 2012.