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The management of a ship package will probably be changing over the next 10 years due to a 2010 Presidential Memorandum directing the Secretary of Commerce, working through the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), to collaborate with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to make a total of 500 megahertz of both Federal and nonfederal spectrum available for fixed and mobile wireless broadband usage. The reallocation of the frequency spectrum will almost double the amount of the commercial spectrum and should spur investment, economic growth, and job development while supporting the growing demand by consumers and businesses for wireless broadband services (National Telecommunications & Information Administration, n.d.). The need to reallocate the frequency spectrum from the FCC and NTIA is necessary due to the growth of digital wireless communications. A digital wireless communications circuit requires four times the bandwidth of the analog wireless communications circuit. The shift to digital tv, satellite television HD TV, and also the increase in cell phone use and mobile phones with data programs are the major cause for the need to reallocate the frequency spectrum. The radio spectrum has become a natural resource which has traditionally been managed by administrative processes through government associations. Technical and marketplace changes have created an environment of faster decision making and an increased economic importance for radio based services. Countries around the world are investigating, experimenting, and implementing alternative techniques to manage the frequency spectrum. Wireless technology delivers information to individuals with cell phones, portable laptops, and tablet compute...