Wireless group says spectrum takes over a decade to allocate

July 20, 2015

It takes over a decade, on average, for wireless spectrum to be allocated by regulators and deployed for consumers, according to a new study from a wireless trade group. The study by CTIA found that it takes an average 13 years for wireless spectrum — the invisible airwaves that carry signals — to be deployed after a Federal Communications Commission order is issued, beginning the allocation process.

 Read more at: http://thehill.com/policy/technology/248497-wireless-group-says-spectrum-takes-over-a-decade-to-allocate



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