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RSA: has Ofcom spun out of orbit?
Jun 27, 2005
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An explosive situation looks set to arise following the UK regulator’s plans to consider the introduction of Recognised Spectrum Access (RSA) to the satellite industry. Read more...

New study to examine barrier to spectrum trading
Jun 24, 2005
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Consultants have been appointed to find ways of ending the uncertainty about spectrum rights which many believe has hindered the development of trading in the UK. Read more...

Telecoms Strategic Review: everybody’s happy (well, nearly)
Jun 24, 2005
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The industry has greeted the final report of Ofcoms Telecoms Strategic Review with unprecedented unanimity. But does it show the limitations of the EU regulatory toolkit? Read more...

Ofcom announces beefed-up equivalence agreement
Jun 23, 2005
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Ofcom’s new regulatory settlement with UK incumbent, BT, is in line with expectations but includes amendments which address concerns expressed by the company’s competitors. Read more...

Standards setters too lax?
Jun 20, 2005
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The intellectual property rights (IPR) policies of standards organisations have long been under scrutiny but have come under the media spotlight in recent weeks. Read more...

UK government spectrum holdings review held up
Jun 15, 2005
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The first report detailing the early findings of the Spectrum Audit Review which was expected out this week has been a delayed by the few weeks. Read more...

Review of public sector spectrum delayed
Jun 15, 2005
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A consultation due out this week detailing the early findings of the Spectrum Audit Review has been postponed by a few weeks. Read more...

Terrestrial high definition television: is it a dead duck?
Jun 13, 2005
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Over the coming months PolicyTracker will be examining the key issues for next year’s Regional Radiocommunication Conference. This month we’re looking at terrestrial high definition television. Read more...

Parliament throws off blanket measures for data retention
Jun 10, 2005
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The European Parliament's rejection of a proposal by four influential member states to introduce an EU-wide system for the retention of electronic traffic data this week has received a mixed response. Read more...

French mobile operators win reprieve
May 31, 2005
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ART has agreed to hold back from imposing SMP obligations in the mobile sector until it analyses the impact of MVNOs. Read more...