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FASMA, a National Center on Spectrum Research and Innovation is being organized by Texas A&M University, along with multiple partner institutions. The center will tackle a range of issues related to more efficient, effective, and fair use of the radio spectrum. The Center seeks to engage a broad range of stakeholders: researchers, technologists, educators, industry, policy makers, ethicists, and community organizations.

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  • Blochinger, Stephanie; Chen, Janet; Robinson, Lauryn; Thornton, Jennifer (2021-04-30)
    Texas A&M University leads a multi-institutional collaboration funded by a National Science Foundation (NSF) planning grant to develop a comprehensive research plan for a National Center for Spectrum Innovation. NSF plans ...