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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009ETSI Reconfigurable Radio Systems: Software Defined Radio and Cognitive Radio StandardsBALDINI Gianmarco; MUECK Markus; DIMITRAKOPOULOS George; NOLTE Klaus; HARADA Hiroshi; SALLENT Oriol; AHTIAINEN AriContributions to Conferences
2010ETSI reconfigurable radio systems: status and future directions on software defined radio and cognitive radio standardsMUECK Markus; PIIPPONEN Antti; KALLIOJÄRVI Kari; DIMITRAKOPOULOS George; TSAGKARIS Kostas; DEMESTICHAS Panagiotis; CASADEVALL Fernando; PÉREZ-ROMERO Jordi; SALLENT Oriol; BALDINI Gianmarco, et alArticles in Journals
2011The Evolution of ICT in the Public Safety domain: Challenges and OpportunitiesBALDINI Gianmarco; WIETFELD Christian; SUBIK Sebastian; SALLENT OriolArticles in Journals
2012The evolution of Public Safety Communications in Europe: the results from the FP7 HELP projectBALDINI Gianmarco; FERRUS Ramon; SALLENT Oriol; DELMAS Serge; HIRST PaulContributions to Conferences
2013LTE: the technology driver for future public safety communicationsFERRUS Ramon; SALLENT Oriol; BALDINI Gianmarco; GORATTI LeonardoArticles in Journals
2012Public Safety Communications: Enhancement Through Cognitive Radio and Spectrum Sharing PrinciplesBALDINI Gianmarco; GORATTI LEONARDO; SALLENT Oriol; FERRUS RamonArticles in Journals
2013Public Safety Mobile Broadband: A Techno-Economic PerspectiveFERRUS Ramon; PISZ Rafal; SALLENT Oriol; BALDINI GianmarcoArticles in Journals
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