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|Title:||Reforms in Spectrum Management Policy|
|Authors:||FEIJÓO GONZÁLEZ Claudio; GOMEZ-BARROSO Jose-Luis; MOCHON Asuncion|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Wireless/mobile technologies are absolutely necessary for any agent who want to participate in the new information and communication technologies markets playfield. The mean for the deployment of the wireless/mobile technologies is the radio spectrum. Thus, a rational assignment and an efficient use of radio spectrum become sine qua non condition for the sector development. The objective of this chapter is to present the reforms in the radioelectric spectrum management mechanisms that are currently being drafted (or that are even being applied) as well as to assess their advisability and timeliness. In particular, the chapter assesses the three deepest changes that are being considered: authorisation of the secondary market, usage of auctions for primary allocation and full liberalisation of spectrum usage.|
|JRC Institute:||Institute for Prospective Technological Studies|
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