Emerging Technologies and Access to Spectrum Resources: the Case of Short-Range Systems
Traditional regulatory arrangements have constrained access to radio frequency spectrum. This has resulted in artificial scarcity of spectrum. The paper addresses the issue of whether technological developments in short-range systems (e.g. cognitive radios and ultra wideband) might promote access to spectrum - possibly using market mechanisms such as trading - and reduce spectrum shortages.
|Date of creation:||Sep 2007|
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|Publication status:||Published in Communications & Strategies 67 (2007): pp. 107-125|
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