The convergence of wireless telecomm. technology with the Internet Protocol (IP) 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. Wireless technologies support public safety commun., sensors, smart grids, medicine and public health, intelligent transportation systems, and many other vital communications. Contents of this report: The Role of Spectrum Policy; The Nat. Broadband Plan and Spectrum Policy; National Purposes; Issues for the 111th Congress; Conclusion. Append.: Spectrum-Hungry Technol.; Competition; Internat. Policies for Spectrum Mgmt.Issues for Congress Linda K. Moore ... Today, a number of administrative and technological methods are available to minimize interference of wireless transmissions. ... 45 Comments, for example, made by Ram Shriram and Vanu Bose at the Frontline Town Hall, July 12, 2007, Washington, DC, and by Jason Devitt at aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Spectrum Policy in the Age of Broadband|
|Author||:||Linda K. Moore|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2010-11|