... A few years will pass before the spectrum comes available, but it could set off a gold rush among companies seeking to meet demand for wireless services. The market for wireless data, ranging from broadband to TV on cell phones, could jump from $7.6 billion this year to $38 billion in 2014, according to Kagan Research LLC. Cellular carriers, cable giants, satellite-TV companies, and broadband startups all need more elbow room on the air. The frequencies potentially up for grabs are among the best available, carrying signals for miles and traveling through walls. "They can leap tall buildings in a single bound," says Charlie Townsend, CEO of Aloha Partners, a wireless broadband startup in Providence. ... Link: BusinessWeek.