From the NTA's filing:
"While the NPRM co-primary proposal explicitly excludes Channel 37, TIA urges the Commission to fully consider allowing for co-primary use within these frequencies. If sufficient exclusion zones are utilized, the critical uses existing in this channel would be protected. Examining co-primary use in Channel 37 would be consistent with the Commission's goals in this item, as well as overall goals noted above to meet spectrum needs as soon as possible."
From the Committee on Radio Astronomy Frequencies, European Science Foundation:
"Various RA allocations are made within this range, with various degrees of protection, to fit in with local television assignments, one television channel usually being made available for RA....... The radio astronomy attaches considerable importance to the maintenance of this allocation since without it, there would be a large gap between the 410 and the 1400 MHz allocations, in one of the most important parts of the spectrum. The band is of special importance for (worldwide) VLBI observations. It is requested that in those parts of the world in which the allocation to Radio Astronomy is on a temporary basis, greater security can be afforded and Radio Astronomy given the maximum possible protection from both in-band and adjacent band transmissions. Primary allocations with several MHz in common to all regions are needed."
So, the NTA thinks we should let broadband overtake science?
And, what is "co-primary" on channel 37? Using your cell phone at 0.00000000000000000001 watts?