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Spectrum Management: Federal Relocation Costs and Auction Revenues
Mark L. Goldstein (au)
Allocating radio-frequency spectrum is a challenging task because of competing commercial and government demands. In 2006, the Fed. Communications Comm. (FCC) auctioned spectrum licenses in the 1710-1755 MHz band that had previously been allocated for federal use. To meet the continued demand for commercial wireless services, the Nat. Telecommunications and Info. Admin. (NTIA) assessed the viability of reallocating the 1755-1850 MHz band to commercial use; this band is currently assigned to more than 20 federal users, including the Dept. of Defense (DOD). NTIA reported that it would cost $18 billion over 10 years to relocate most federal operations from the band, raising questions about whether relocating federal users is a sustainable approach. This report addresses (1) estimated and actual relocation costs, and revenue from the previously auctioned 1710-1755 MHz band; (2) the extent to which DOD followed best practices to prepare its preliminary cost estimate for vacating the 1755-1850 MHz band; and (3) existing government or industry forecasts for revenue from an auction of the 1755-1850 MHz band. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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