Spectrum Management Policy: Hearing Before the Committee on Commerce, U.S. House of Representatives

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E. J. Tauzin
DIANE Publishing, 1997 - 113 pages
Congressional hearing on how radio spectrum can be managed to achieve sound communications policy. This is the first hearing before the Committee's Subcommittee on Telecommunications, Trade, & Consumer Protection with the head of the NTIA & the Chairman of the FCC. The Clinton Administration proposed additional spectrum auctions in its fiscal year 1998 budget. The FCC scheduled a number of auctions for later in 1997, one of them ordered by the agreement on the last budget. The FCC & the NTIA still have a role in managing the spectrum in the public interest, which must mean more than simply financial profit for the government.
 

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Page 40 - The Commission approved the following report of allocations from 25,000 kilocycles to 30,000,000 kilocycles "in the Matter of Allocation of Frequencies to the Various Classes of Non-Governmental Services in the Radio Spectrum from 10 kilocycles to 30,000,000 kilocycles,
Page 110 - Committee on Commerce US House of Representatives 2125 Rayburn House Office Building Washington, DC 20515 Dear Mr.
Page 8 - PREPARED STATEMENT OF HON. J. DENNIS HASTERT, A REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF ILLINOIS Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I thank you for holding this very important hearing today.
Page 54 - Reinventing the spectrum authorization process — NTIA began a program in 1993 to develop an automated Federal spectrum management system to provide a standardized, automated method for Federal agencies to submit applications for spectrum support, select spectrum that is interference free, and validate that the spectrum requested is within the rules and regulations governing spectrum authorization. This system will allow NTIA to make the spectrum management process more efficient...
Page 79 - unless immediate measures are taken to alleviate spectrum shortfalls and promote interoperability, public safety agencies will not be able www.telecommunItyalliance.org to adequately discharge their obligation to protect life and property in a safe, efficient and cost effective manner.
Page 1 - Health will come to order. The Subcommittee is meeting today to hear testimony on GAO's study on the forests
Page 7 - I thank you again for holding this hearing and I look forward to hearing from Secretary Kempthorne on these issues, and a range of others, that are so important to the state of Colorado.
Page 78 - I would first like to express my appreciation for the opportunity to address this committee concerning the transportation of radioactive materials. The National Governors...
Page 55 - The goals were to evaluate the wireless communications needs of these public safety agencies through the year 2010 and recommend possible solutions to the lack of available spectrum and interoperability problems.
Page 34 - I look forward to hearing from the witnesses. I yield back the balance of my time. Mr.

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