Spectrum is the wireless equivalent of oxygen. It is the finite amount of radio waves that connect people and devices via mobile broadband. Everything from digital textbooks to connected laptops to cell phones to tablets use spectrum. As we increasingly rely on mobile connectivity throughout our society, demand for spectrum is increasing exponentially. The government controls how this precious and finite resource is used. We aim to discuss the various approaches to solving our nation’s spectrum problems, in order to make more spectrum available keep pace with consumer demand and promote continued investment and innovation in the mobile space.