Technology Policy

Spectrum Policy: (Re-)Shaping Network Technologies, A Demand-side Conversation

  • Spectrum is a key enabler of convergence and the vision of seamless, ubiquitous connectivity. Today and for the foreseeable future, Wi-Fi will remain the workhorse to provide connectivity to devices and applications in both homes and enterprises
  • The emergence of new and promising broadband technologies, such as LEO and 5G/6G fixed wireless access, are similarly reliant on additional spectrum to provide increased performance
  • The panel of government and academic experts will explore how to avoid a zero-sum game and ensure spectrum access isn’t the gatekeeper on developing new and innovative services
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