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Due to the complexity of interference issues and the RF environment, interference protection solutions may be largely technology-driven. As an illustration of the shortcomings of our current rules, I will point to a lesson I learned from my first technological mentor, the University of Colorado's own Dale Hatfield. Dale taught me that interference is not solely "caused" by transmitters, which many seem to assume - and on which our regulations are almost exclusively based. Instead, interference is often more a product of receivers; that is receivers are too dumb or too sensitive or too cheap to filter out unwanted signals. Yet, our decades-old rules have generally ignored receivers.

Spectrum policy was once an obscure abstraction for most Americans. But today Americans experience first hand the challenges of dropped cell phone calls - or limits on cable competition - or, for the early-adopters among us, interference on their wireless LANs. These are no longer abstractions - they are spectrum policy problems - interference debates, spectrum allocation decisions, and choices between licensed and unlicensed uses. The government must respond to these challenges - because the consumer impact of our failure to do so is too great to ignore - and the American people increasingly know it.

As do their leaders. On Capitol Hill, a number of members have expressed interest and advanced thoughtful proposals on spectrum reform. Similarly the Bush Administration has been an active participant in the spectrum policy dialog. At the Department of Commerce, NTIA Administrator Nancy Victory hosted a spectrum policy summit just this spring. Participants representing a broad range of interests -- government, consumers, industry and public safety - gathered to develop innovative spectrum policy recommendations. Many others are doing their own studies and holding conferences on spectrum policies: the General Accounting Office; think tanks, such as the Center for Strategic and International Studies and the CATO Institute; and universities, including my host today, the University of Colorado. And the Commission and the Task Force are at the epicenter of this national dialog. I look forward to working with anyone and everyone with good ideas on how to move spectrum policy forward.


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