In 2002, the FCC formed the Spectrum Policy Task Force to help with identifying and evaluating changes in spectrum policy.
What does SPTF stand for?
SPTF stands for Spectrum Policy Task Force (FCC)
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- Students' Perception of Teaching Effectiveness
- System Page Table Entry (computing)
- Scottish Pigskin Tanners Federation
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- Seaplane Training Flight (Royal Australia Air Force)
- Social Performance Task Force (microfinance)
- Social Progress Trust Fund
- Sodium-Pump Test Facility
- Strategic Planning Task Force
- Student Political Task Force
- Sustainable Procurement Task Force (UK)
- Salcha Parent Teacher Group (Fairbanks, AK)
- Service Provider Technology Group (India)
- Shenzhen Public Transportation Group (China)
- Strategic Planning Task Group (Ontario, Canada)
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- Support Group
- San Pedro Tour Guide Association (Belize)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In 2002, the FCC created a Spectrum Policy Task Force to assist in identifying and evaluating spectrum policies that would promote new and expanded use of spectrum services.
The FCC took note, and in its 2002 Spectrum Policy Task Force Report put the commons model alongside property rights as alternatives to command-and control that should be pursued.
IN WHAT MAY BE A WATERSHED MOMENT IN the history of American telecommunications policy, the Federal Communications Commission's Spectrum Policy Task Force recently released its eagerly awaited report and proposed nothing less than a revolution in federal spectrum management.
Cognitive radio has been highlighted by the FCC Spectrum Policy Task Force as a critical technology required to support continued growth in wireless communications.
The Consensus Plan is consistent with the objectives of the FCC's Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) and its Spectrum Policy Task Force Report.
The Spectrum Policy Task Force recently presented recommendations to modernize the rules that guide how US spectrum is managed and utilized.
Most recently, the FCC's Spectrum Policy Task Force presented recommendations to modernize the rules that guide how US spectrum is managed and utilized.