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作者 Manner, Jennifer
書名 Spectrum Wars : The Policy and Technology Debate
出版項 Norwood : Artech House, 2003
©2003
國際標準書號 9781580536288 (electronic bk.)
9781580534833
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (208 pages)
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computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
附註 Intro -- Contents vii -- Acknowledgments xiii -- Introduction xv -- 1 An Overview 1 -- Introduction 2 -- An overview 4 -- Spectrum terminology 8 -- A brief background of spectrum management 11 -- Companies, governments, and other interests 16 -- Two unique battles for the spectrum resource for new services 21 -- Conclusion 29 -- 2 Spectrum Primer 33 -- Overview of technical characteristics of the radiocommunications spectrum resource 34 -- Spectrum scarcity and harmful interference 37 -- The allocation scheme 40 -- Key technical considerations when evaluating spectrum use 42 -- Other considerations 46 -- 3 Radio Communications Spectrum and Telecommunications Players 49 -- Wireless versus wireline network solutions 49 -- Factors impacting the use of the spectrum resource 63 -- Conclusion 69 -- 4 The Regulatory Regime Governing Spectrum 71 -- Why is the radiocommunications spectrum resource regulated? 71 -- The goals of spectrum regulation 74 -- The governing regulatory bodies 76 -- The impact of regional organizations on spectrum regulation 81 -- The international spectrum allocation process 83 -- Conclusion 89 -- 5 Domestic Regulation of Spectrum, Part I: International Representation 93 -- Overview of the domestic regulation of the radiocommunications spectrum resource 93 -- Participation in the international arena 94 -- 6 Domestic Regulation of Spectrum, Part II: Allocation, Assignment, and Use 105 -- Overview 105 -- Important cornerstones of domestic regulation 107 -- The domestic allocation of frequency bands to individual services 110 -- The assignment and authorization of spectrum to specific users 116 -- The implementation and enforcement of technical and operating rules 127 -- The regulation of secondary markets 128 -- Conclusion 129 -- 7 Solutions to Harmful Interference 131 -- Overview 131
Spectrum conflict: the potential for harmful interference 133 -- Minimizing the potential for conflicts 135 -- Regulatory mechanisms to adopt rules governing cofrequency sharing, frequency band segmentation, and relocation 140 -- Relocation of existing users 147 -- 8 Secondary Markets for Spectrum 151 -- The increasing use of secondary markets 151 -- Advantages and disadvantages to the use of secondary spectrum markets 152 -- Types of secondary spectrum market regimes 155 -- Creating a regime governing secondary markets for spectrum 158 -- Conclusion 161 -- 9 Impact of the Telecommunications Financial Crisis 163 -- Key reasons for the telecommunications financial meltdown 165 -- Impact of the telecommunications meltdown 166 -- The rebuilding of an industry 168 -- Appendix A: List of Web Addresses 173 -- About the Author 177 -- Index 179
Staking a claim of the radiocommunications spectrum will be key, as more and more telecommunications companies turn to wireless services to sustain profitability, and in some cases even maintain viability. They are preparing to fight hard for their share of the limited resource that is the radiocommunications spectrum. To ensure your company wins the battle for spectrum, this book maps out the strategies required for structuring entry and operations in the spectrum. Learn how to master the lobbying, technical, regulatory, legal, and political tools needed for success
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鏈接 Print version: Manner, Jennifer Spectrum Wars : The Policy and Technology Debate Norwood : Artech House,c2003 9781580534833
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