The spectrum will be big.
That’s why there’s a lot of focus on it now.
As I wrote yesterday, the spectrum has a lot to offer.
But, as I wrote before, there are two major obstacles to overcome: One, it’s difficult to get any sort of meaningful usage data from the devices.
And two, the carriers aren’t even sharing that data with the manufacturers of the devices, so they can’t actually see how much they’re actually using.
The fact that the carriers are trying to figure out how much users are using is good, but it’s important to remember that they’re also trying to work out how many people are using them, which can be difficult.
We’re already seeing the spectrum get more valuable in a lot more ways than just how much data it’s providing.
A new, low-cost antenna that will be sold in the UK by UK-based company Antenna Technologies is already being used to beam internet traffic to homes, but that won’t help much if it’s only used by a few people.
In the United States, there’s already been a flurry of interest in getting access to the spectrum, with a new company, USTelecom, trying to put a $3bn dollar bet on its use.
And there are still a lot that are not clear.
The UK has made some big moves to make its public spectrum available, and there have been some other plans, including one that will let users get an unlimited data plan with an antenna on their own property.
But the fact that both of these have been met with a bit of a wall-of-silence from the industry is concerning.
If you’re not a carrier, and you want to try and build an app on the spectrum (or just build a web site), there’s little chance of it getting much traction.
That being said, I’d say that the biggest challenge for the carriers to address is figuring out what exactly the spectrum is, and how it can be used.
The first step is going out and looking at existing spectrum, and looking for opportunities in areas where it’s already being utilized.
This is something we’ll get to more in the next article, when we talk about the FCC’s new spectrum rules.