Roundtable Report—Resolving Interference Conflicts Among “Highest and Best” Uses of Radio Spectrum

On March 21, 2022, Silicon Flatirons convened an invitation-only roundtable in Washington, D.C. titled, “Resolving Interference Conflicts among “Highest and Best” Uses of Radio Spectrum.” The half-day event gave a diverse group of interested and informed members of the spectrum community a unique opportunity to engage and develop recommendations that may avoid or quickly remedy future spectrum conflicts. Participants met and conversed under the “Chatham House Rule,” examining topics ranging from specific lessons learned to areas in need of future attention, and the variety of legal, technical, and circumstantial components that undergird spectrum policy as a whole.

A report detailing the conference outcomes is available for download, thanks to Colorado Law student and Silicon Flatirons Researcher, Stacey Weber with support from Silicon Flatirons Spectrum Initiative Senior Fellow Peter Tenhula and Co-Directors Dale Hatfield and Keith Gremban.

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