In 2003, the Department of Commerce’s Spectrum Policy Initiative was established with the objective of promoting a more efficient and beneficial use of the spectrum. As part of that Initiative, a series of public forums about spectrum management policy was held. The Computer Science and Telecommunications Board was asked to organize one of these forums, a public forum to gather the views of a variety of government and private sector stakeholders about the impact of spectrum policy on their activities. This report presents a summary of those views. Among those included are those representing national defense, homeland security, aviation, science, public safety, amateur radio, cellular voice and data, and terrestrial broadcast uses of the spectrum. Although prepared by the NRC, the report does not present NRC findings or recommendations. A broader study of spectrum policy, including findings and recommendations, will be issued in early 2005.
Table of Contents
|Summary of Remarks Made by Forum Panelists||1-14|
|Appendix A: Forum Agenda||15-21|
|Appendix B List of Slide Presentations||22-23|
|Appendix C Biographies of Speakers||24-38|
|Appendix D Biographies of Committee and Staff Members||39-45|
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