3 edition of Strategy for the future use of the radio spectrum in the UK found in the catalog.
Strategy for the future use of the radio spectrum in the UK
the future require a radio-based mobile gigabit connection. The next generation of mobile communications (5G) represents a key technology to bring about this digital transformation and, for this reason, is at the centre of public attention. 5G will be a key component of the gigabit networks of the future and will require completely new. Consultation on Radio Spectrum Management Strategy - ComReg 15/ Page 5 of Chapter 1 1 Executive Summary Radio spectrum is a valuable national resource underpinning important economic, social and communications activities. These include widely used.
Improving the availability of information about the current use, future plans for use and availability of spectrum. The Radio Spectrum Decision aims to ensure sufficient harmonisation to support the single internal market and promote innovation and competitiveness, while making use of spectrum more flexible. One of the spectrum manager’s key responsibilities is to ensure the optimal use of the radio spectrum under its management. Radio spectrum is a major asset contributing significant value to the national economy each year and underlines many aspects of users lives.
Irish NRA and the UK NRA. •Opportunity to explore innovative approaches to securing optimal use of the radio spectrum for the benefit of citizens and consumers throughout the island of Ireland. •Potential to create and develop wireless-based electronic communications services throughout the . Regulators should also consider facilitating forward-looking strategies to support the convergence between TV broadcasting networks and IMT systems. The future use of UHF spectrum will be an important issue at WRC, with key discussions starting from WRCFile Size: KB.
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The UK Spectrum Strategy spectrum used by TV or the MOD, we will strive to grow the value delivered from spectrum. Working together, our aim is to elicit the best economic and social value for the UK from spectrum.
Throughout the Strategy, we will highlight various actions which will form the basis of the delivery of our priorities and Size: KB. Strategy for the future use of the radio spectrum in the UK By London (United Kingdom) Radiocommunications Agency.
Abstract. SIGLEAvailable from British Library Document Supply Centre-DSC/ / BLDSC - British Library Document Supply Centre4. ed Kingdo. Ofcom Spectrum Management Strategy 4 Section 1 1 Executive summary This document sets out Ofcom’s Spectrum Management Strategy for the next 10 years Radio spectrum is a major asset to the UK, providing a critical input to a wide range of services including mobile communications, television and radio broadcasting.
Radio Spectrum Management Strategy - ComReg 16/50 Page 7 of 78 Chapter 2 2 Executive summary Radio spectrum is the medium over which all wireless communications (such as mobile phones, radars, radios, televisions, connected devices etc.) take place and is a valuable national resource underpinning important economic, social and.
Impact of radio spectrum on the UK economy and factors influencing future spectrum demand | 2 Ref: Value of spectrum use In order to estimate the historical and future economic benefit of spectrum, we calculate the economicFile Size: 8MB. This report summarises the trends in spectrum use, and implications for future spectrum demand and for UK spectrum.
MORE. New SPF Report: Cyber-Spectrum Resilience-Framework. step Cyber-Spectrum Resilience Framework for spectrum users to minimise the spectrum threat to their businesses MORE. Valuing the impact of radio spectrum use on the UK. Spectrum Strategy The government's new Spectrum Strategy sets out how we will meet the increasing demands for the use of spectrum over the next decade and double spectrum's contribution to the UK.
This document sets out Ofcom’s new spectrum management strategy which establishes the strategic approach and priorities for managing radio spectrum for the next decade. The strategic approach relies on market mechanisms where possible and effective and on regulatory action where necessary.
parent and future spectrum users. This consultation document shows how far the Ministry of Defence has gone to put the ideas of the Audit into practice. As well as setting out a comprehensive new strategy for the management of the Ministry’s UK spectrum use, it discloses the results of an initial set of audits of particular bands.
Optimizing the use of the radio spectrum: Potential growth of existing radio services; Spectrum use forecasts is also another way of understanding the future use of the spectrum. Forecasting can be defined as the processes and methods of estimating spectrum requirements based on projection.
In addition to recognising the importance of the UK’s communications infrastructure, the Strategy also acknowledges the importance of spectrum in facilitating further investment and innovation in 5G technologies. "Spectrum for connectivity. Better use of radio spectrum will also facilitate further investment and innovation in 5G technologies.
Strategy Strategy REVIEW OF PROGRESS IN /19 AND PROPOSED PRIORITIES FOR /20 Purpose of the SPF: The purpose of the Spectrum Policy Forum is to be a pro-active industry-led ‘sounding board’ to UK Government and Ofcom on future policy and approaches on spectrum and a cross—industry ‘agent’ for promoting the role of spectrum in society and the maximisation of its.
This study seeks to measure for Ofcom the economic impact of the use of radio spectrum in the UK for the year ending 31 March The importance of and increasing demand for radio spectrum makes it important for Ofcom to understand the current uses of radio and its benefits, including the contribution of radio spectrum use to the UK economy.
23 November Ofcom is the regulator and competition authority for the broadcast media and telecommunications industries. A key natural resource that underpins each of these industries, as well as essential organisations such as the emergency services and air traffic control, is the radio spectrum.
In parallel with its reviews of Public Service Broadcasting and the telecommunications. The BBC’s use of the radio spectrum The BBC is curr ently undertaking a trial of the Digital Radio Mondiale technology in Pl ymouth with National Grid trial is due to end in April at which point we expect to share the research findings within the industry in order to help inform the future strategy.
Related Publications. Frontier Report: Measuring the Economic Value of Spectrum; Proposed Strategy for managing the radio spectrum - ; Response to consultation on ComReg’s draft Radio Spectrum Management Strategy Statement for to UK spectrum map.
Last updated: checking The Interactive Spectrum Map is an easy way to browse and search how different spectrum bands are used in the United Kingdom. Use the dashboard to find out how spectrum is being used, by sector and by product/application.
This map covers spectrum from kHz to GHz. The Economic Contribution Of Radio Spectrum to Ireland Radio Spectrum Management Strategy Statement to (Design Version) Ráiteas Straitéise um. T he Valuing the impact of radio spectrum use on the UK economy report prepared by Plum Consulting on behalf of the UK Spectrum Policy Forum (SPF) summarises the contributions and conclusions from the Cluster 3 workshops held throughout The report highlights that it is now approaching five years since the Spectrum Strategy was published and recommends that Government provide an update.
A major thrust of this book is to arrive at a set of fundamental beliefs about the values and realities of the radio business in regard to entertainment programming -- a set of beliefs that may or may not be right, true, or forever, but that might at least provide a basis for developing programming strategies.
This second edition of Future Cited by: 2. Spectrum Management - Case Study on the United Kingdom 2 This case study has been prepared by Martin Cave uk >, Professor and Director, Centre for Management under Regulation, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick (United Kingdom) as part of an ITU Workshop on Radio Spectrum Management for a Converging World.
Comprehensive and objective economic data on the impact of individual decisions on the use of the radio spectrum are hard to come by, given that radio technologies affect many disparate sectors and that any “decision” influences or even precludes a large number of alternative current or future uses which are not necessarily substitutable.The book includes telecommunications and other services, whereas telecommunications deals also with matters outside of radio frequency management.
A distinction and connection with national and international radio spectrum management is fully described with the constraints of international treaties.