Wireless Communications and Spectrum Management by the FCC and NTIA

Adan F. Barlow (Editor)
Danial I. Boyle (Editor)

Series: Media and Communications – Technologies, Policies and Challenges
BISAC: POL050000

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The radio-frequency spectrum is a natural resource used to provide an array of wireless communications services that are critical to the U.S. economy and national security, such as mobile voice and data services, radio and television broadcasting, radar, and satellite-based services. Demand for radio-frequency spectrum has exploded over the past several decades as new technologies and services have been and continue to be brought to the market in the private sector and new mission needs unfold among government users of spectrum, including wireless communications critical for public safety officials responding to natural and man-made disasters. This book examines the plans and actions to meet future needs of commercial spectrum management. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Commercial Spectrum: Plans and Actions to Meet Future Needs, Including Continued Use of Auctions
(GAO)

Spectrum Management: NTIA Planning and Processes Need Strengthening to Promote the Efficient Use of Spectrum by Federal Agencies
(GAO)

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