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The invisible resource; use and regulation of the radio spectrum [by] Harvey J. Levin.


Baltimore, Published for Resources for the Future, by Johns Hopkins Press [1971] .
ISBN 9780801813160, 0801813166

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Subjects Radio -- États-Unis -- Législation.
Radio -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Radio -- Law and legislation.
Radio frequency allocation -- United States.
Radio frequency allocation.
Radiofréquences -- Attribution -- États-Unis.
United States.
Description xx, 432 pages illustrations (1 folded color in pocket) 24 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Pt. 1. The spectrum system -- Chap. I. Economic and physical character of the radio spectrum -- Chap. II. Major components of the spectrum system -- Chap. III. The goals of National Spectrum management -- Pt. 2. Alternative in Spectrum allocation and management -- Chap. IV. Freely transferable rights -- Chap. V. Toward a regulated market-type system with prices -- Chap. VI. New administrative techniques -- Chap. VII. The case for secondary rights -- Pt. 3. The level of Spectrum development -- Chap. VIII. Spectrum scarcity and technological change -- Chap. IX Government's role in Spectrum development: the record -- Pt. 4. Allocation, regulation, prices, and service -- Chap. X The rationale of competitive alternatives in common carries rate regulation -- Chap. IX Competitive alternatives in practice -- Chap. XII Broadcast allocations in theory and fact -- Chap. XIII The effects of broadcast licensing -- Conclusion -- Appendices -- Index.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)194756
(OCoLC)ocm00194756
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WorldCat Identities Levin, Harvey Joshua, 1924-
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