Spectrum, the hidden economic gold mine unused by government

April 25, 2016

With mobile data usage growing off the charts in recent years, the wireless age is fully upon us. But given how important wireless infrastructure is to our economy and how we communicate, the issue of spectrum regulation receives surprisingly little mainstream attention. Spectrum refers to the radio frequencies that wireless services use to transmit information all over the world.

Read more at: http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/technology/277465-spectrum-the-hidden-economic-gold-mine-unused-by-government

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