National Telecommunications and Information Administration

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industry association

licenses are coordinated by the Personal Communications Industry Association (PCIA) and licensed by the Federal Communications Commission. * locating equipment so that terrain blocks interfering signals. * Madon, S., Reinhard, N., Roode, D., & Walsham, G. (2007). Digital inclusion projects in developing countries: Processes of institutionalization. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries. Retrieved July 13, 2009 from http: portal.unesco.org ci en files 25684 11973000111e-gov.pdf e-gov.pdf * NTIS (National Telecommunications and Information Administration), "Falling Through the Net: Defining the Digital Divide", United States Department of Commerce, July 1999. PDF * NTIS, "A Nation Online: Entering the Broadband Age", United States Department of Commerce, September 2004. * '''C''' (former '''IV'''): 250 W to 1 kW (also grandfathered (grandfather clause) 100 W) * '''TIS''' '''HAR''': travelers' information stations up to 10 W transmitter output power, licensed by NTIA (National Telecommunications and Information Administration) (not FCC) in U.S. national parks (National Park Service) * '''Unlicensed broadcasting''' (see low-power broadcasting): 100 mW DC input to final amplifier, no license needed, may be measured at edge of campus for school stations Varying user protocols and different public safety radio spectrum, made it difficult for Public Safety to achieve interoperability and widespread acceptance among the public safety agencies. However, the lessons learned during the disasters that the United States faced in the past decade, have forced agencies to assess their requirements during a disaster when the basic infrastructure is in a state of failure. To meet the growing demands of public safety digital radio communications, the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) at the directive of the United States Congress initiated an inquiry in 1988, to receive recommendations from users and manufacturers to improve the communication systems in existence. nominally from January 1, 2008 through March 31, 2009; each coupon could be used toward the purchase of one approved coupon-eligible converter box. The coupons expired 90 days after initial mailing and were not renewable. All households were eligible to receive coupons from the initial $990 million allocated, after which an additional $510 million in coupons was to be available to households that rely exclusively on over-the-air television reception. On January 4, 2009 the coupon program reached its $1.34 billion ceiling Commerce’s NTIA Announces New Coupon Applicants Will be Placed on Waiting List Due to High Demand for TV Converter Box Coupons, January 5, 2009 and any further consumer requests were placed on a waiting list. DTV2009.gov waiting list The Communications Act of 1934 grants authority for spectrum management to the President for all federal use (47 USC 305). The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) manages the spectrum for the Federal Government. Its rules are found in the ''NTIA Manual of Regulations and Procedures for Federal Radio Frequency Management".


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Administrator of the OSM is Karl Nebbia. The OSM carries our the responsibilities of managing the radio frequency spectrum by: ::*Establishing and issuing policy overlooking allocations and administrations governing the Federal spectrum use ::*Assigning plans for both peacetime and wartime use of the spectrum ::*Preparing for, participating in, and establishing the results of international radio conferences ::*Maintaining spectrum use databases ::*Participating in all aspects of the Federal


collaboration efforts

collaboration efforts to serve as an expansive network to empower broadband developers throughout execution of their See also *First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) *White Spaces (White spaces (radio)) References External links * National Telecommunications and Information Administration official site * NTIA's BTOP website *


local public

-to-government negotiations to open markets for U.S. companies. * Negotiating with foreign governments to ensure adequate spectrum (electromagnetic spectrum) for national defense, public safety, and U.S. business needs. * Promoting efficient use of federal radio spectrum and encouraging the development and implementation of new and emerging telecommunications technologies. * Performing long-term research to explore uses of higher frequency spectrum. * Working with Federal, state, and local public safety


education medical

Main Page Funds are allocated to support the Pan-Pacific Educational and Cultural Experiments by Satellite (PEACESAT) project, which provides satellite-delivered education, medical, and environmental emergency telecommunications to numerous small-island countries and territories in the Pacific Ocean area. National Telecommunications & Information Administration !-- Bot


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telecommunications technologies to millions of Americans in rural and underserved urban areas through its information infrastructure grants. * Providing the hardware that enables public radio and television broadcasters to extend and maintain the reach of their programming. * Advocating competition and liberalization of telecommunications policies around the world. thumb 400px right A Park Service radio license. (Image:Lava license.jpg) * Participating in international government

-to-government negotiations to open markets for U.S. companies. * Negotiating with foreign governments to ensure adequate spectrum (electromagnetic spectrum) for national defense, public safety, and U.S. business needs. * Promoting efficient use of federal radio spectrum and encouraging the development and implementation of new and emerging telecommunications technologies. * Performing long-term research to explore uses of higher frequency spectrum. * Working with Federal, state, and local public

, ITS serves as a key Federal appliance in investigating the current telecommunications’ challenges of other Federal agencies, state and local governments, private corporations and associations, and international organizations. The Director of Staff for the ITS is Al Vincent. Office of Telecommunications and Information Applications (OTIA) The Office of Telecommunications and Information Applications (OTIA) collaborates public and non-profit entities in productively using telecommunications


participating

telecommunications technologies to millions of Americans in rural and underserved urban areas through its information infrastructure grants. * Providing the hardware that enables public radio and television broadcasters to extend and maintain the reach of their programming. * Advocating competition and liberalization of telecommunications policies around the world. thumb 400px right A Park Service radio license. (Image:Lava license.jpg) * Participating in international government

Administrator of the OSM is Karl Nebbia. The OSM carries our the responsibilities of managing the radio frequency spectrum by: ::*Establishing and issuing policy overlooking allocations and administrations governing the Federal spectrum use ::*Assigning plans for both peacetime and wartime use of the spectrum ::*Preparing for, participating in, and establishing the results of international radio conferences ::*Maintaining spectrum use databases ::*Participating in all aspects of the Federal


promoting

-to-government negotiations to open markets for U.S. companies. * Negotiating with foreign governments to ensure adequate spectrum (electromagnetic spectrum) for national defense, public safety, and U.S. business needs. * Promoting efficient use of federal radio spectrum and encouraging the development and implementation of new and emerging telecommunications technologies. * Performing long-term research to explore uses of higher frequency spectrum. * Working with Federal, state, and local public

Sciences (ITS) is the research and engineering laboratory of the NTIA. The Institute for Telecommunication Sciences (ITS) ITS provides technical support to NTIA by further advancing telecommunications and information infrastructure development, strengthening domestic competition, enhancing U.S. telecommunications trade deals, as well as promoting a more effective use of the radio spectrum. Additionally


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pertaining to the United States' economic and technological advancement and to regulation of the telecommunications industry. The NTIA administrator is Lawrence E. Strickling, Assistant Secretary of Commerce. He was confirmed by the United States Senate on June 25, 2009, following his nomination by President Barack Obama. Among its stated goals are: * Working to ensure that all Americans have affordable phone and cable TV service. * Helping to bring the benefits of advanced

National Telecommunications and Information Administration

The '''National Telecommunications and Information Administration''' ('''NTIA''') is an agency of the United States Department of Commerce that serves as the President (President of the United States)'s principal adviser on telecommunications policies (Telecommunication policy) pertaining to the United States' economic and technological advancement and to regulation of the telecommunications industry.

The NTIA administrator is Lawrence E. Strickling, Assistant Secretary of Commerce. He was confirmed by the United States Senate on June 25, 2009, following his nomination by President Barack Obama.

Among its stated goals are:

* Working to ensure that all Americans have affordable phone and cable TV service. * Helping to bring the benefits of advanced telecommunications technologies to millions of Americans in rural and underserved urban areas through its information infrastructure grants. * Providing the hardware that enables public radio and television broadcasters to extend and maintain the reach of their programming. * Advocating competition and liberalization of telecommunications policies around the world. thumb 400px right A Park Service radio license. (Image:Lava license.jpg) * Participating in international government-to-government negotiations to open markets for U.S. companies. * Negotiating with foreign governments to ensure adequate spectrum (electromagnetic spectrum) for national defense, public safety, and U.S. business needs. * Promoting efficient use of federal radio spectrum and encouraging the development and implementation of new and emerging telecommunications technologies. * Performing long-term research to explore uses of higher frequency spectrum. * Working with Federal, state, and local public safety agencies to address future spectrum requirements.

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