Tag: Wi-Fi
The tragedy of the commons: tragically misunderstood?
Jan 30, 2016
by Martin Sims

Spectrum policy often seems to rely on a simplistic interpretation of the term, not realising that it is discredited in the disciplines where it was born. Read more...

Wi-Fi and ITS sectors seek 5.9 GHz spectrum sharing solutions
Sep 07, 2015
by Dugie Standeford

With legislation pending that would require the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to look into opening the 5.9 GHz band to unlicensed uses, the US Wi-Fi and intelligent transportation (ITS) sectors are scurrying to resolve potential interference problems to avoid regulation. Read more...

What are small cells for?
Jun 14, 2015
by Toby Youell

According to figures presented at the Small Cells World event recently, 11.2 million small cells had been shipped globally by the end of 2014, compared to 176 million Wi-Fi access points. Read more...

No need for more licence-exempt spectrum
Apr 28, 2006
by Website author

Despite the growing demand for services using unlicensed spectrum the bands are not congested according to the preliminary findings of a European Commission study. Read more...

OECD expected to point up anti-competitive dangers of unlicensed WiMAX
Jan 25, 2006
by Website author

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development is due to sound a warning over the potential for providers of unlicensed WiMAX networks to effectively monopolise broadband access in certain areas. Read more...

Can spectrum licensing breach human rights law?
Aug 18, 2005
by Website author

Some forms of wireless licensing could contravene international human rights law, according to the respected pressure group. Article 19, which campaigns for freedom of expression. Read more...