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Spectrum Management: FCCäó»s Use and Enforcement of Buildout Requrements
Mark L. Goldstein (au)
Radio frequency spectrum is a natural resource used to provide a variety of communication services, such as mobile voice and data. The popularity of smart phones, tablets, and other wireless devices among consumers, businesses, and government users has increased the demand for spectrum. The Fed. Communications Comm. (FCC) takes a number of steps to promote efficient and effective use of spectrum. One such step is to establish buildout requirements, which specify that an entity granted a license must begin using the assigned spectrum within a specified amount of time or face penalties, such as loss of the license. This report (1) describes the buildout requirements FCC established for wireless services; (2) assesses the extent to which FCC follows its process to enforce buildout requirements; and (3) examines stakeholder opinions on the extent that commonly cited goals for buildout requirements have been met. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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