Either that clause needs to be adjusted or the USCOMSOC does not want the best technologies for handling payload data. For instance, encrypting the entire packet, and limiting contention to a reservation system that runs in the background of payload data.
@Jonathan Gael Although I do not know if you'll be allowed to use it because you will not be able to provide a global license since it is already in the public domain outside the US, and we are not issuing anyone a royalty free US license (excepting the IoT).
DQ is a nextgen switch architecture for packets to enjoy the best of both worlds in terms of synchronous and asynchronous flows, and can do both simultaneously by interleaving time slices for legacy hardware devices which have no knowledge of the DQ switch. DQ was invented for cable TV, but the IEEE award winning first demo is from CTTC's IoTWorldDQ. The second demo came from Bucknell, where Zhang and Marchiori showed support for 5700 IoT devices from a single LoRa antenna. The code for the demo is on Github, but the DQWA specification is what I can contribute for the fully drawn, universal and near-perfect MAC/PHY.