From The Daily Caller:

Charles Duan, the director of technology and innovation policy at the R Street Institute, for one, argues that Rivada Networks stands to benefit immensely if the Trump administration seeks to govern a range of wireless spectrum, a type of radio frequency by which mobile phones communicate, for open access to 5G network devices.

“Rivada has a sizable worldwide portfolio of at least 40 patents on ‘dynamic spectrum arbitrage,’ the coordination technology needed for 5G open access,” Duan said in an April 8 editorial for Fortune. “Those patents give Rivada a government-backed privilege to demand payments from—or even stop—anyone using the company’s open-access technology, and to sue those who refuse.”