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The President of the United States has called Radio Frequency (RF) spectrum “our
nation’s most important national resource,” which is arguably a true statement not only for the United States, but for any country around the world.

The U.S. market is spearheading, once again, the most advanced discussion about spectrum management and what is now referred to as “dynamic spectrum sharing,” not to be confused with The 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) version that allowed multiple cellular generations to use the same spectrum at the same time.

This whitepaper explores the potential of dynamic spectrum sharing, touching on topics including: 

  • Introduction to dynamic spectrum sharing
  • State of current spectrum discussions in the U.S.
  • Why the industry needs dynamic spectrum sharing
  • How DGS enables dynamic spectrum sharing
  • Recommendations for industry players
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