Bespoke spectrum training courses

In partnership with LS telcom we can now offer around 60 modules covering the key issues in spectrum management, broadcasting and telecoms.

The advantages of bespoke training

We have upgraded our repertoire of bespoke spectrum training courses provided in partnership with LS telcom - a global leader in the world of spectrum.  With around 60 different modules to chose from you can design your own course and have it delivered to you at a location that suits you or at our dedicated training facilities in Germany or London.  For more details please contact us.
The presenters were enthusiastic and knowledgeable. The content was involving

Course topics include:

  • Making the most of the Digital Dividend
  • Introduction to spectrum management
  • Understanding modern spectrum policy
  • Preparing for spectrum auctions
  • Introduction to telecoms regulation
  • Systems for managing and providing information about spectrum
  • Managing public sector spectrum
  • The economics of spectrum management
  • Planning for cognitive radio
  • Policies for the unlicensed sector

A reputation for quality

We have already provided bespoke training for regulators, industry and public bodies in many countries including Thailand, Norway, Saudi Arabia, Korea, France, Ireland, Egypt, Malaysia and Bahrain. For a detailed discussion about our bespoke courses please contact Martin Sims on +44 (0) 20 7100 2875 or email martin[at]
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