Report finds little evidence of spectrum shortage

04/26/2011 | Hill, The · Broadcasting & Cable

The so-called "spectrum crisis" put forth by the Obama administration, FCC and wireless providers doesn't exist, according to a new report commissioned by the NAB. The justification for the alleged spectrum shortage is "underwhelming," given that there has been "insufficient analysis and reliance on faulty information" to develop the FCC's National Broadband Plan. The study also identifies ways to maximize spectrum, including better network technology, without taking it away from broadcasters.

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