FAA Nabs $20 Million To Study Spectrum ‘Reallocation’

WASHINGTON—The FAA and three other U.S. government agencies have received $71.5 million from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to study whether they can auction a minimum of 30 MHz of L-band spectrum used for air traffic control radar and other cross-agency purposes. “The bandwidth would be...

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