The Invisible Resource: Use and Regulation of the Radio Spectrum

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Routledge, Oct 18, 2013 - Business & Economics - 432 pages
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This book both describes and criticizes the regulatory policies of the Federal Communications Commission (F.C.C.). If accepted, these criticisms would result in a comprehensive alteration of current F.C.C. policies. Originally published in 1971
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Spectrum System
13
Alternatives in Spectrum Allocation and Management
83
The Level of Spectrum Development
199
Allocation Regulation Prices and Service
273
Appendix ANotes on Selected Tables and Charts
386
Appendix BStatistical Analysis of Land Mobile Transmitters
388
Appendix CRegression Analysis of TV Station Sale Prices
393
Appendix DIncumbents Newcomers Spectrum Costs and Rental Charges
400
Appendix EEmpirical Problems in the Analysis of Effective Viewer Choices
404
Glossary of Selected Technical Terms and Abbreviations
409
Index
421
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