Emerging Technology and Spectrum Policy Reform

@inproceedings{Peha2007EmergingTA,
  title={Emerging Technology and Spectrum Policy Reform},
  author={Jon M. Peha},
  year={2007}
}
Emerging technology, coupled with effective policy reform, could lead to tremendous gains in spectral efficiency. This would alleviate the spectrum scarcity that many nations have experienced. To be effective, reform in spectrum policy must fit the realistic capabilities of emerging technology, as well as applicable economic theory. This paper discusses three general approaches to reform. The first approach is increased reliance on market-based mechanisms, possibly leading to a spectrum… CONTINUE READING
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