More spectrum auctions

Krauss, Jeffrey
November 2007
CED;Nov2007, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p54
Trade Publication
The article presents views and insight of the author concerning spectrum auctions that are tied to the 2009 termination of analog television (TV) broadcasting. According to the author, once analog TV broadcasting is shut down, TV channels 52-69 will become available for other uses. Information about the value and performance of these spectrum bands is also discussed.


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