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In the many conferences he helped organize, he relied on individuals from these groups to reach consensus. His engineering background obviously inﬂuenced his methods of administration; however, it is important to keep in mind that many administrative theorists during this period who were not engineers shared his desire to place power with nonpartisan experts. ”26 Because radio depended on “technical” or “scientiﬁc” elements, such as the propagation properties of different layers of the ionosphere, to a much higher degree than other industries, Hoover’s radio conferences placed an especially strong emphasis on technical expertise.
The secretary questioned whether the institute’s commitment to unbiased pure science was really what the department wanted: “To the Department of which I am head Science is the handmaid, not the mistress of Commerce, and I trust the committee will bear this in mind. I am a little afraid you are raising academic questions, for the men of the conference impressed me as practical men and such men usually get results. ” As we will see, important engineers in this bureau would help link government and private industry.
By 1925, the growing competition between different broadcasters was helping to undermine the consensus Hoover had forged. Eugene F. ” He proposed as an alternative that Congress create an independent commission in charge of all communications. 55 Despite the legislative defeat and the attack on his authority, Hoover worked toward implementing a new allocation system. Following the third radio conference, he did away with the class C category, moving the stations to the class A frequencies. After experiments with different separations between frequencies used by broadcasters, the Department of Commerce concluded that it needed to create a ten-kilocycle separation between the channels used by broadcast stations in order to avoid interference.
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