SPOTLIGHT: Professor calls for spectrum reform


Carnegie Mellon professor and associate director of the Center for Wireless and Broadband Networking John Peha said the transition to digital TV and the reallocation of 24 Mhz of spectrum to public safety provides a tremendous opportunity for spectrum reform. Peha suggest moving responsibility from local authorities to a centralized model, expanding the role of commercial service providers or tapping into muniWiFi networks. Article

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