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Spectrum Policy in the Age of Broadband: Issues for Congress
Linda K. Moore (au)
The convergence of wireless telecommunications technology and Internet protocols is fostering new generations of mobile technologies. This transformation has created new demands for advanced communications infrastructure and radio frequency spectrum capacity that can support high-speed, content-rich uses. Furthermore, a number of services, in addition to consumer and business communications, rely at least in part on wireless links to broadband backbones. Wirelesstechnologies support public safety communications, sensors, smart grids, medicine and public health, intelligent transportation systems, and many other vital communications. This report considers the possibility of modifying spectrum policy: (1) to support national goalsfor broadband deployment by placing more emphasis on attracting new providers of wireless broadband services; and (2) to accommodate the wireless broadband needs of industries that are considered by many to be the economic drivers of the future, not only communications, but also areas such as energy, health care, transportation, and education. The Fed. Communications Comm. (FCC) is expected to address these and other issues in the National Broadband Plan, a report on broadband policy mandated by Congress in the Am. Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA). Table.
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