About The Movement

Ever tried to upload a photo on social media site from a crowded event? Chances are that it took several tries for your upload to push its way through the data-crunched network. Or, perhaps you find yourself competing with your kids for Internet connectivity at home. One child is streaming YOUTUBE, the other is trying to conduct Internet research with a tablet, and you are simply trying to catch up on the news and waiting for those headlines to load.

Charles Darwin defined basic human needs, but that was before the mobile phone. Today, it is the lifeblood of how we stay connected. Our concern here is how many of us are connected and for those who are, the quality of that connection. We pay for all that we use on a mobile phone and still we have to struggle for uninterrupted connection. What’s the worth of a super fast car in heavy traffic? Nope. You cant even bribe your way through this situation.

So what do we do? Wait and/or perform multiple restart on the router and make speedtest.net our home page?

Customers world wide proceed to turn to cellular devices for voice, knowledge, and Web entry. On the same time, demand continues to develop for applied sciences counting on wi-fi fastened use, often known as “transport” links or, in rising markets, as entry connections. The world’s main mobility applied sciences—incumbent applied sciences akin to GSM and CDMA, and new ones like WiFi and WiMax—are always evolving to offer ever extra strong broadband services. All of those components highlight the necessity for strategically allotted radio spectrum, both licensed and unlicensed.

While the world seems to be marching forward, there are countless people across the globe who are still to get GSM signals. Some, especially in remote areas, walk for miles to call their loved ones. One can only imagine what happens in a crisis situation. The reasons for such disparity are many, however, the most abiding factor concerns private telecom companies inability to install Signal Towers due to an absent business opportunity. We, along with all the members of Right To Spectrum, are here, not only to make people aware of such issues but also invite all, who are equally concerned, to take part in our forums, write for a our platform, and spread awareness in the hope that our Right To Spectrum is not taken away in exchange for profit. We hope that tomorrow we’ll be a part of the world where our rights are not owned by private companies and/or federal associations.


Regulators who oversee spectrum play a key function in making certain access to broadband spectrum is clear, environment friendly, and equitable. One of many pitfalls in regulating the spectrum is assigning particular frequencies to explicit applied sciences, which inadvertently results in “choosing a know-how winner.” Limiting spectrum to a specific service with out flexibility or a plan for future allocations may end up in unintended penalties. For instance, in some developed nations, spectrum that has been assigned to inefficient twentieth century applied sciences and companies now must be migrated to twenty first century applied sciences and companies. After all, nations additionally should work collectively to harmonize their spectrum allocations, comparable to 2.4 GHz unlicensed spectrum, to better help the wants of world residents, companies and worldwide relations.

We facilitate meaningful conversation that leads to an informed action for public allocation of Voice Spectrum, which is critical to the way we live and work today and this platform is the result of that belief, where we, with you, would discuss, raise awareness, express and collaborate to get what is rightfully ours – the open spectrum.


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