2 edition of stratergy for the future use ofthe radio spectrum in the UK. found in the catalog.
stratergy for the future use ofthe radio spectrum in the UK.
in 2nd ed
Written in English
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. This book describes the current tools for spectrum management with their fundamental technical and legal basis. It outlines the global evolution of radio services in their different application domains and introduces the actors who contribute to the collective management of the spectrum.
the UK economy and factors influencing future spectrum demand. Analysys Mason, 5th November 2 Excluding public sector use of spectrum, which was out of scope for the report. 3 Department for Culture, Media and Sport. The UK Spectrum Strategy: Delivering the best value from spectrum in the UK. March The radio spectrum is the radio frequency (RF) portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. In the United States, regulatory responsibility for the radio spectrum is divided between the Federal Communications Commission and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration ().The FCC, which is an independent regulatory agency, administers spectrum for non-Federal use (i.e., state.
Leadership Leadership. Chairman. The UK Spectrum Policy Forum is chaired by David Meyer MA FBCS CITP. David served in the British Army as a Royal Signals officer from , during which he worked in a variety of roles and units around the world, but with a consistent theme of using, managing and exploiting spectrum from LF to the upper reaches of SHF, for a range of applications. A strategy for the use of the radio spectrum. (United Kingdom) Radiocommunications Agency. Abstract. Version , 30 Mar SIGLEAvailable from British Library Document Supply Centre- DSC:GPC/ / BLDSC - British Library Document Supply CentreGBUnited Kingdo Topics: 17B - Communication systems, telecommunications.
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Strategy for the future use of the Radio Spectrum in the UK INDEX INTRODUCTION: Mike Goddard, Interim Chief Executive of the Radiocommunications Agency CHAPTER 1: The Management of the Radio Spectrum Why we need a Spectrum Strategy The Growing Demand for Spectrum The Economic Value of the Spectrum The Spectrum's Value to.
Radio Spectrum Management Strategy - ComReg 16/50 Page 4 of 78 Chapter 1 1 Foreword The radio spectrum is an increasingly valuable and useful resource for the nation, contributing to the improvement of overall welfare of many sectors of society by supporting an extensive range of desirable, useful and essential services.
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. This report provides further detail behind the high-level metrics that were presented in Ofcom’s Spectrum Management Strategy consultation, which was published on 2 October and is still open.
Given that today’s report may be of interest to those responding to the Spectrum Management Strategy consultation, Ofcom is extending the deadline for responses to that consultation to 3 January For example, fixed wireless services, which support the delivery of many other end-user applications, are now beginning to use spectrum above 60 GHz, after a historic focus on bands below 18 GHz, and commercial satellite services that historically used spectrum below 12GHz.
The study calculates the benefits accrued by producers (producer surplus) and consumers (consumer surplus), as well as the estimated contribution to UK GDP of the use of radio spectrum. Producer and consumer surplus are defined in more detail in Chapter 3 of the study.
Radio spectrum is the part of the electromagnetic spectrum ranging from 1 Hz to GHz (3 THz). Electromagnetic waves in this frequency range, called radio waves, have become widely used in modern technology, particularly in telecommunication.
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.
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 BBC’s use of the radio spectrum in order to help inform the future strategy of AM.
The planning process for spectrum use The BBC Executiv e notes the recommendations services to audiences across the UK, and makes further use of spectrum in programme making and special events. Whilst we have looked at each. Impact of radio spectrum on the UK economy and factors influencing future spectrum demand Ref: Contents 1.
Executive summary!1 2!Introduction 6. Structure of this report 6. Radio spectrum: what is it, how is it used and what are the constraints. Background to the study!10 3!File Size: 8MB. Become involved in the Spectrum Forum to ensure your current and future spectrum needs are represented.
Keep up-to-date and be involved as Industry and Government develop a medium and long-term UK spectrum strategy. Radio, the oldest broadcast medium, is in transition. The overall amount of listening remains as high as ever and listeners are benefiting from a rapid increase in the number and range of stations they can choose from, including new community stations, additional local and national services and stations from around the world via the internet.
“Radio Spectrum Management: Policies, Regulations and Techniques” by Haim Mazar includes a foreword by François Rancy, director of the Radio Communication Bureau of the ITU, that praises the author for his extensive involvement in ITU activities.
Mazar has more than 45 years of experience in wireless communications and radio frequency. 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.
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. 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.
Spectrum management is the process of regulating the use of radio frequencies to promote efficient use and gain a net social benefit. The term radio spectrum typically refers to the full frequency range from 3 kHz to GHz that may be used for wireless communication. Increasing demand for services such as mobile telephones and many others has required changes in the philosophy of spectrum.
Use of radio spectrum is also critical in aviation and transport as well as other services such as research, space services, defence, public protection and disaster relief. The European Commission estimates that the total value of services that depend on radio spectrum File Size: KB.
The Economic Contribution Of Radio Spectrum to Ireland Radio Spectrum Management Strategy Statement to (Design Version) Ráiteas Straitéise um .The UK Government today launched the UK Digital Strategy which sets out Government’s plans on how it will build on the UK’s success to date to develop a world-leading digital economy that works for everyone.
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.It outlines the global evolution of radio services in their different application domains and introduces the actors who contribute to the collective management of the spectrum.
It also discusses the main questions these actors have to deal with and answer in order to design for the future.