America has plenty of wireless spectrum — we just need a new way to allocate it


    Wireless spectrum is one of the essential natural resources of the information age. Entire industries, and trillions of dollars in GDP, depend on access to the airwaves. And consider that spectrum is used when you surf the web on your smartphone, when your GPS navigation device tells you what exit to take, when FAA radar guides your airplane to a safe landing, when a first responder calls for assistance, and when the military tests and trains its warfighters. [Read More…]

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