The White House today announced a memorandum calling for a strategy for 5G deployment. The Memorandum of Understanding requests the authorities to submit a report on the "state of existing efforts" for research on technology.
The administration department needs to notify the White House within 180 days of "future spectrum requirements". The Office of Science and Technology Policy should report how new technologies such as smart home equipment affect spectrum demands. Governments need to decide how to allocate research and development spending to improve 5G efforts.
Within 270 days, these agencies and agencies will present a "long-term national spectrum strategy" to explain some of the 5G systems and how they can improve US global competitiveness relative to other countries.
This is essentially a very broad request that can be found in university student papers. Meanwhile, the FCC has been working hard on 5G, and it is quite late for the White House to raise questions.
The FCC has submitted a neutral statement to The Verge : We support the President's spectrum memorandum and applaud strong commitment to US leadership in 5G. The FCC will continue to work to bring more spectrum into the commercial market, including the 28 GHz spectral auction, which will start in November. "
However, in a statement on Twitter and the media, Jessica Rosenworcel
the White House announced a new national spectrum policy at the end of next year, but while we were studying the hall, other countries were moving on Jessica Rosenworcel (@JRosenworcel) October 25, 2018
We slow down our pace without slowing down 5G leadership