FCC Head Open to Licensing Government Spectrum | Tech NEWS

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Federal Communications Commission chairman Julius Genachowski today said that the government is open to the idea of re-licensing government-held spectrum for commercial use. “We have to do things like look harder and more carefully at government spectrum,” said Genachowski, as well as look for more “clever ways” to make use of existing spectrum allocations between the government and commercial sectors. Earlier this year, the NTIA suggested that the government repurpose some of the spectrum currently being used by federal agencies and share it with commercial entities. Wireless network operators are racing to meet the increasing need for mobile services, and access to spectrum is paramount in their efforts.

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