Radio-frequency spectrum management
Harris, Scott B. Harris, Wilshire and Grannis LLP, Washington, DC.
- Origins of regulation
- Spectrum management model
- Recent changes
- Links to Primary Literature
- Additional Readings
To accommodate new wireless technologies and promote competition, a new approach to spectrum management has been adopted by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC). In its early years, the FCC would decide who would use the available radio-frequency spectrum to provide service in a location, and even what technology would be used. In recent years, the FCC has changed the way it operates by delegating more of the decision making to market forces.
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