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  • Mr. Doerr knew that such restrictions on the spectrum's use would reduce interest from established carriers like Verizon or T-Mobile who could bid up the price.

    The Right Call on Spectrum Auctions

  • The mere suggestion itself triggered the hoarding reflex of spectrum's old guard, who still view the media as a river that flows one way -- from them to you.

    Timothy Karr: Top 10 Internet Moments of 2009

  • Google lost to Verizon Wireless but drove the price high enough to trigger a rule requiring the spectrum's new owners to allow access to nearly any device.

    Google's Open Source Android OS Will Free the Wireless Web

  • While you are correct that rules for "open access" and "public safety" have decreased the spectrum's value, this analysis ignores a much larger problem: The FCC's management of the airwaves is fundamentally broken.

    Who Can Own the Air? FCC Gives, Can Take Away

  • As any one could guess, when it comes to the issue of nuclear energy, he and I are on polar opposite spectrum's of the debate.

    Norris McDonald: Nuclear Power's Black Voice

  • For my latest article at TheFeature, I interviewed Ramesh Rao, a director of the California Institute of Telecommunications and Information Technology, who believes that he future potential of mobile technology won't truly be realized until the wireless spectrum's Tower of Babel is toppled.

    Boing Boing: November 21, 2004 - November 27, 2004 Archives

  • I mean, where this graph, you know, illuminates the situation is we see the pointer teetering further and further away from the green of peace and closer into the spectrum's end of red in chaos.

    CNN Transcript Nov 1, 2006

  • WiFi shows only a fraction of open spectrum's potential.

    Boing Boing: October 13, 2002 - October 19, 2002 Archives

  • She learned that a clerk must develop suavity and patience in the same degree as a customer waxes waspish and insulting, and that the spectrum's colours do not exist in the costume of the girl-behind-the-counter.

    Cheerful—By Request

  • Will the FCC approach this license transfer review as a free market transaction between companies where market forces and negotiation determine the spectrum's value, owner and terms, or will the FCC approach it as a "Mother-may-I?" request where the FCC sees it as a vehicle to ban or regulate the economic terms of certain marketing arrangements that are not required to be submitted to the FCC for prior approval?


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