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The Politics of the Electromagnetic Spectrum
To avoid complete confusion, there are national and international agreements on who will use it.
Frequency Everyone wants a high data rate, so everyone wants a high spectrum. National government
Allocate spectrum to AM, FM radio, television and mobile phone and telephone companies.

Competitive users in Police, Marine, Navigation, Army, Government and many more. Worldwide, a company
ITU-R (WARC) is attempting to integrate this allocation to develop equipment that works in multiple countries.
However, countries do not rely on the recommendations of the ITU-R and the FCC (Federal Communications).

Commission), provides for the United States, which from time to time, ITU-R . rejects
recommendations (usually they provide some territory because they require some politically strong group
spectrum). Although a portion of the bandwidth is designed for certain applications such as mobile phones, there are some additional.

The issue of which carrier is which frequencies are allowed to be used. The three methods have been widely used in the past.  The oldest algorithm, often called a beauty pageant, is that each carrier must explain why the move helps.
Welfare. Government officials decide which good stories to enjoy. some retention
The government officially gave him billions of dollars in assets to his favorite company, which often led to bribery.

 

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