The Federal Communications Commission has terminated a Multilateration Location and Monitoring Service (M-LMS) rulemaking proceeding that it initiated in 2006. The Location and Monitoring Service (LMS) shares the 902-928 MHz band with a number of users, including Federal radiolocation systems, Industrial, Scientific, and Medical (ISM) equipment use, amateur operations, and Part 15 devices. Established in 1995, the Commission noted that the M-LMS service had seen little development by 2006. It initiated the proceeding in order to determine how the M-LMS spectrum could be more effectively used, and whether the rules applicable to M-LMS operations should be revised. Based on recent developments in the band, the Commission has determined that the proposed rule revisions do not merit further consideration.