Explore spectrum sharing and other emerging issues at our September course
May 24, 2018 by Training blog


Tags5G, Spectrum sharing

With the 5G era approaching, there is a growing interest in spectrum sharing. But what are the economic benefits? Why is it seen as necessary? Can it improve technical efficiency without damaging incumbents? How could it work in practice?

These are just some of the questions addressed in our signature Understanding Modern Spectrum Management training course on September 17-20 at Harris Manchester College, part of Oxford University. As well as discussing the emerging issues with leading experts it offers a thorough grounding in the essential technical, legal and policy principles.

The grounds of Harris Manchester College

The trainers include the renowned authority on the economics of spectrum management, Professor Martin Cave, and one of the world’s leading wireless experts,  Professor William Webb a former chief technologist at UK regulator Ofcom.

You can save £250 by booking before August 6: more details here.