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Federal agencies’ spectrum review begins

August 6, 2019


In the latest step toward developing a national spectrum policy, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration has put in motion the process for data collection on federal agencies’ spectrum use, and selected the first two bands for review: 3100-3550 MHz and 7125-8400 MHz.

President Donald Trump signed a memorandum and order in October 2018 that called for the development of a comprehensive, long-term national spectrum policy. One of the requirements in that executive order is that federal agencies review their current frequency assignments and quantify their spectrum usage, in line with guidance from the Secretary of Commerce.

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