The Spectrum Auction Money Machine

Lowenstein, Mark
December 2004
Wireless Week;12/15/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 25, p41
Trade Publication
Suggests ideas on how to spend money raised by the U.S. government from spectrum auctions. Impact of the large payments made by telecommunication companies for spectrum rights on the telecommunication industry; Subsidy for cellular networks establishment in far-reaching regions of the U.S.; Training and education in the field of radio frequency engineering and in other wireless technologies.


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