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Whose spectrum is it anyway? [electronic resource] : historical study of market entry barriers, discriminiation and changes in broadcast and wireless licensing, 1950 to present / prepared for the Office of General Counsel, Federal Communications Commission by Ivy Planning Group LLC
Bib ID 3826829
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
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Description [Washington, D.C. : The Commission, 2000] 
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Mode of access: Internet from the FCC web site (PDF file). Address as of 1-5-01: http://www.fcc.gov/opportunity/meb%5Fstudy/historical%5Fstudy.pdf; current access is available via PURL. 

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Subjects United States. Federal Communications Commission.  |  Broadcasting -- Licenses.  |  Wireless communication systems.  |  Minority business enterprises.
Other authors/contributors Ivy Planning Group LLC  |  United States. Federal Communications Commission. Office of the General Counsel
Govt. Doc. Number CC 1.2:2001005363 

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