As well as giving a solid grounding in the technical, economic and legal issues, this April our signature course, Understanding Modern Spectrum Management, takes a deeper look at spectrum auctions.
Concern that they may hinder investment has led France to re-refocus its assignment policy on network coverage. At the forefront of this debate is Professor Gerard Pogorel, who will be leading a special session on this issue.
The course, being held in Central London from 20-23 April, will also cover:
- The achievements and imitations of spectrum liberalisation
- Will CBRS fire the starting gun for spectrum sharing?
- Does 5G change the principles of spectrum policy?
- Evidence-based futurology: what use cases are likely to succeed?
The course will bring spectrum newcomers up to speed on policy and technical issues; for experienced practitioners it is a chance to examine the implications of recent developments and look ahead to the future.
- Insight from world experts including Professors Martin Cave, William Webb and Gerard Pogorel
- A thorough grounding in engineering principles
- An overview of legal issues in spectrum
- Technology trends for the next decade
Download the brochure to find out more.
The course includes social events and is being held in the attractive surroundings of the Stand Campus of Kings College, part of the Somerset House arts complex.
Register now to take advantage of the £250 early bird discount, which expires in March.