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Grazing on the Commons: The Emergence of Part 15
INFO, Special Issue August 2009, INFO Volume 11, Issue 5.
Henry Goldberg, Goldberg, Godles, Wiener and Wright, Washington, DC.
This article gives an account of how unlicensed radio services moved from being a by-product of the ISM bands to a deliberate spectrum allocation, with clearly defined goals and objectives that could be achieved only by not subjecting the spectrum to licensing or auctions. Like sin itself, the deliberate un-licensing of spectrum began with an Apple.
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