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Essentials of Modern Spectrum Management

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  • Page extent: 278 pages
  • Size: 228 x 152 mm
  • Weight: 0.58 kg

Library of Congress

  • Dewey number: 621.3822
  • Dewey version: 22
  • LC Classification: n/a
  • LC Subject headings:
    • Wireless communication systems
    • Wireless communication systems--Economic aspects
    • Radio frequency allocation
    • Signal processing

Library of Congress Record

Hardback

 (ISBN-13: 9780521876698)

Essentials of Modern Spectrum Management Cambridge University Press
9780521876698 - ESSENTIALS OF MODERN SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT - by Martin Cave, Chris Doyle and William Webb
Index


Subject Index

3G

abuse of market power

activity rules

adjacent channel selectivity

advanced wireless services see AWS

AIP see spectrum pricing

annual fee

anti-competitive behaviour

auction

3G

Anglo-Dutch

ascending clock

clock-proxy

combinatorial

first-price

first-price sealed bid

format

hybrid

open

revenue share

SAA

sealed bid

second-price

second-price sealed bid

sequential

Australia

AWS

band manager

business case

competition issues

different types

functions

bank guarantees

beauty contest

BFWA

BlueTooth

broadband fixed wireless access see BFWA

brokering

BT

Canada

Caribbean

Cave Review

CDMA

CEPT

CMRS

Coase

Coase theorem

cognitive radio

regulation

Commercial Mobile Radio Services see CMRS

common value

commons see unlicensed spectrum

private

competition

perfect

competition law

compulsory purchase

Confederation of European Post and Telecommunication Agencies see CEPT

congestion

key factors

corruption

deadweight loss

DECT

default

defence

Denmark

deployment density

deposit

developing countries

DFS

discounting

dynamic frequency selection see DFS

EC

economic value assessment

efficiency

allocative

dynamic

productive

efficient allocation

efficient user

emergency services

Erlang formula

ERMES

Europe

European Commission see EC

favouritism

FCC

Part 15

filtering

Finland

fixed links

free rider

general authorisations

GSM

guard bands

Guatemala

harmonisation

hidden terminal

hoarding

hold-outs

Hong Kong

iBurst

incentives

Independent Audit

information

informational efficiency

interference

International Telecommunication Union see ITU

invitation stage

ITU

JRC

land registry

licence

fees

perpetual

rights

temporary

terms

licence-exempt see unlicensed spectrum

lotteries

maintenance costs

management rights

marginal value

market

efficient

thick

mesh networks

Milgrom–Wilson activity rule

military spectrum

mobile broadcasting

mobile TV

mobile virtual network operators see MVNOs

monopolisation

Moore’s law

multi-modal

MVNOs

National Telecommunications and Information Administration see NTIA

NATO

negotiation

New Zealand

Nigeria

Noam

noise floor

NTIA

Ofcom

operational efficiency

opportunity costs

orthogonality

out-of-band emissions

overlays

Pareto criterion

Pareto efficiency

PMR

polarisation

politeness protocols

pre-qualification stage

Presidential Order

pricing see spectrum pricing

private mobile radio see PMR

private value

productive efficiency

property rights

economic issues

initial terms

public sector

radar

Radio Regulations

recess

reserve prices

revenue equivalence

SDR

shared bands

Smith–NERA

snake in the grass

software defined radio see SDR

spectrum

division

liberalisation

management structures

markets

monitoring

vacant

spectrum commons

Spectrum Decision

Spectrum Framework Review

spectrum pricing

application

fixed links

UK

spectrum usage rights

spectrum-caps

speculation

speculator

sterilised area

Switzerland

tax revenue

TDD

TFTS

time division duplex see TDD

trading

transaction costs

UK

ultra-wideband see UWB

underlays

under-utilisation

United States see USA

unlicensed spectrum

economics

market mechanisms

regulation

USA

use it or lose it

UWB

waivers

West Africa

windfall gains

winner’s curse

W-LANs

World Radio Conference




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