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Wireless Localism: Beyond the Shroud of Objectivity in Federal Spectrum Administration
Social Science Research Network
Recent innovations in mobile wireless technology have instigated a debate between two camps of legal scholars about federal administration of the electromagnetic spectrum. The first camp argues that the Federal Communications Commission ("FCC") should define spectrum use rights more clearly and give spectrum licensees broad property rights in frequencies. The second camp argues that, rather than award exclusive licenses to the highest bidder, the FCC ought to open much, if not most, of thedoi:10.2139/ssrn.2242450 fatcat:3afpelazfza5fktxxl5g4rwpuu