The U.S. government launched an aggressive plan to optimize bandwidth consumption
Much of the infrastructure of telecommunications services is for much of the time in idle state activity, as the demand for service is usually concentrated in geographical areas with the highest concentration and specific time periods.
This causes large investments fail operated at 100% and in many other cases, the claim is overwhelmed by not being able to cover the entire spectrum zonal.
In order to adapt and optimize the imbalance of services, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the United States presented an ambitious plan that has already been submitted to Congress, to enhance the provision of wireless broadband telecommunications spectrum extending to a sector for providing services to user demand.
Thus, both the end consumer demand and the supply of the service provider will be adequate spectrum available, so that the spectrum can be shared dynamically, which will be adequate to absorb wireless traffic that is continually growing.
This plan seeks to prepare for future traffic growth, underpinned by mobile consumer records, which according to Cisco, is multiplied by 18 in the next four years.
The new regulation will provide a portion of the spectrum in the band of 3.550 to 3.650 gigahertz now using radar systems. The project foresees allocating more spectrum to Wi-Fi.
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