The FCC has launched timely rulemakings to implement the decisions reached at WARC-92. Both Congress and the FCC have recognized the need to create a spectrum reserve to accommodate the requirements of new services.
On regulatory and spectrum management issues, WARC-92 provided clear evidence of how far nations can go to resolve disagreements and different visions when they seek solutions and are willing to compromise positions.
The Final Acts of WARC-92 alloted a total of 790 khz of additional spectrum, including 5900 to 5950 khz, 7300 to 7350 khz, 9400 to 9500 khz, 11,600 to 11,650 khz, 12,050 to 12,100 khz, 13,570 to 13,600 khz, 13,800 to 13,870 khz, 15,600 to 15,800 khz, 17,480 to 17,550 khz and 18,900 to 19,020 khz.
The delegates adopted a resolution to provide assistance, including financial, to developing countries in their efforts to implement the decisions of WARC-92. In addition, the transfer of technology will be made available.