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You can share and have exclusive rights says US spectrum guru
Nov 01, 2005
by Website author

Wireless investments depend on guaranteed access to spectrum, argues Professor Tom Hazlett, but that’s not the same as exclusive use. Read more...

Breakthough agreement in Portugal
Oct 28, 2005
by Website author

After a vigorous discussion Europe’s regulators have agreed a policy framework for the introduction of Ultra Wide Band services. Read more...

Ofcom licence terms inadequate says Australian expert
Oct 25, 2005
by Website author

Ofcom’s proposals to auction the 412 to 414 MHz and 422 to 424 MHz bands have raised a concern about managing potential interference Read more...

Regulators uncertain about Commission Communications
Oct 24, 2005
by Website author

NRAs are beginning to warm to the idea of a secondary market for spectrum but the European Commission will need all its powers of persuasion if flexibility of use is to become a reality. Read more...

Spectrum trading: European businesses grow impatient
Oct 21, 2005
by Martin Sims

It’s nearly a year since the UK pioneered spectrum trading in the EU and the concept has received a further boost in new proposals from the European Commission. However, businesses are realising that a functioning market is a long way off. (Filed 21.10.05) Read more...

Spectrum trading: European businesses grow impatient
Oct 21, 2005
by Martin Sims

It’s nearly a year since the UK pioneered spectrum trading in the EU and the concept has received a further boost in new proposals from the European Commission. However, businesses are realising that a functioning market is a long way off. (Filed 21.10.05) Read more...

Operators eye extra spectrum for multimedia services
Oct 18, 2005
by Website author

Strength is returning to satellite industry with a number of industrial projects vying for the attention of Europe’s policymakers but can the complex legal and regulatory issues be resolved? Read more...

Member states are following our lead says UK
Oct 13, 2005
by Website author

UK Minister Alun Michael has tried to reassure those UK businesses who fear they’re losing out because of the patchy implementation of spectrum liberalisation across Europe. Read more...

More UK spectrum up for grabs
Oct 13, 2005
by Website author

The UK regulator, Ofcom, is marching ahead with its plans to auction spectrum that is currently lying fallow. Read more...

UWB: is a global recommendation possible?
Oct 11, 2005
by Website author

The final meeting of an International Telecommunications Union Radio (ITU-R) group which addresses the sensitive issue of regulating Ultra Wide Band gets underway tomorrow but will it deliver anything concrete? Read more...

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