There is an article in the October 2010 issue of IEEE Spectrum (p. 26), “The Great Spectrum Famine.”  It makes much the same case as does the Curmudgeon, but from more general considerations and a bit higher level.  The Curmudgeon said: “It really doesn’t say much that we don’t already know, and I don’t really much care for his initial assumption that we can’t do anything to reduce consumer idiot-machine RF spectral demand.  But it is a pretty good primer for those who have both some background and some interest in the topic.”

If you haven’t already, be sure to read the Curmudgeon’s posting from back in July, “Must Everything Be Mobile?

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