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Speeches, Letters and Filings: 2002 - 2005

  • Spectrum Management: Deputy Assistant Secretary John M. R. Kneuer spoke on "The President's Spectrum Management Memorandum: Understanding Impacts on Innovation and Technology" at the eGov Wireless/RFID Conference in Washington, DC. (2/28/05)
    [HTML -- PowerPoint -- pdf]

  • Wireless Broadband: Assistant Secretary Michael D. Gallagher spoke on "The President's Broadband Vision and the Proliferation of Wireless Broadband Technologies" on October 1 at Law Seminars International, Seattle, Washington. (10/02/04)[HTML -- PowerPoint]

  • Spectrum and Wireless Services: Assistant Secretary Michael D. Gallagher discussed Spectrum and Wireless Services on September 16 at the U.S.-E.U. Information Society Dialogue, Brussels, Belgium. (9/30/04)[HTML -- PowerPoint]

  • Disruptive Wireless: Assistant Secretary Michael D. Gallagher gave a presentation as part of the "Disruptive Wireless" panel at the Supernova 2004 conference, Santa Clara, CA. (6/25/04)[HTML -- PowerPoint]

  • Wireless Symposium: Acting Assistant Secretary Michael Gallagher made opening remarks for the Wireless Telecom Symposium 2004, Pomona, CA. (5/14/04) [HTML -- PowerPoint]

  • WiFi: Acting Assistant Secretary of Commerce Michael D. Gallagher's gave presentation to the panel session "What's Next, WiFi" at the Consumer Electronics Show, Las Vegas, Nevada. (1/9/04) [PowerPoint]

Letters and Filings
  • FCC Analog Cellular Proceeding: In July 2002, NTIA filed a letter with the FCC in WT Docket No. 01-108, Year 2000 Biennial Regulatory Review -- Amendment of Part 22 of the Commission's Rules to Modify or Eliminate Outdated Rules Affecting the Cellular Radiotelephone Service and Other Commercial Mobile Radio Services.

  • Secondary Markets and Leasing: In March 2002, NTIA filed a letter with the FCC on Promoting Efficient Use of Spectrum Through Elimination of Barriers to the Development of Secondary Markets, WT Docket No. 00-230.
  • Spectrum "Cap": NTIA filed a letter with the FCC on Spectrum Aggregation Limits for Commercial Mobile Radio Services (WT Docket No. 01-14).
Note: For additional NTIA documents regarding wireless issues and spectrum management please see the "What's New" on NTIA's home page, or the Office of Spectrum Management home page.

For more information contact:

Joe Gattuso, jgattuso@ntia.doc.gov

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