|To advance the interests of the Fixed Service community, including users, providers, and manufacturers, before the Federal Communications Commission, other governmental agencies, and the courts.|
To participate in regulatory proceedings that impact the Fixed Service through spectrum allocation, technical or service rules, or otherwise.
To initiate regulatory actions as needed to maintain and improve the environment for the Fixed Service.
To defend the Fixed Service against interference from other services both licensed and unlicensed.
To defend the interests of the Fixed Service in court.
To educate the FCC and other governmental agencies of the role of the Fixed Service as a key element of the U.S. infrastructure.
To provide the FCC and other governmental agencies with technical and policy expertise relating to the Fixed Service.
To act as an information clearinghouse and forum for the FWCC membership.