We’re well accustomed to thinking of spectrum as a limited resource. You simply can’t create more airwaves.
And if there’s been one [consistent refrain from the wireless industry](/mobility/article.php/3816101/Spectrum+Front+and+Center+for+Wireless+Industry.htm) in recent years, it is that the government agencies overseeing spectrum need to make more of it available to support the expansion of wireless data networks.
But, again, we’re dealing with a finite resource, so that spectrum has to come from somewhere.
And that’s where the fight will be.