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With this definitive guide to radio spectrum management, you will learn from leading practitioners how spectrum can be managed effectively and made available both now and in the future. All aspects of spectrum management are covered in depth, from the fundamentals of radio spectrum and technical and economic basics, to detail on methods such as auctions, trading, and pricing, and emerging approaches including shared and dynamic spectrum access and new ways of licensing. With the help of real-world case studies, you will learn how this knowledge comes together in practice, as the authors illustrate the role of spectrum in the wider economy and offer valuable insights into key future trends. Authoritative and up to date, and bringing together the key technical, economic, and policy issues into one definitive resource, this is the essential guide for anyone working or studying in areas related to radio spectrum management.Read more
- Written by leading practitioners in the field
- Covers the fundamentals as well as more advanced technical and economic issues
- Offers an insight into emerging future trends
Reviews & endorsements
"This is an excellent book, and the nearest approximation to a page-turner any work on spectrum management could hope to be."
Paul Paterson, Chief Economist, Department of Communications, Australian GovernmentSee more reviews
"Cave and Webb are at the forefront of knowledge in spectrum management issues. They combine the best possible understanding of the stakes and challenges, with extensive industry and policy experience. This book is the must read for those involved in radio spectrum affairs in the industry and the government."
Gerard Pogorel, ENST-Telecom ParisTech
"Martin Cave and William Webb are thought leaders in the field of spectrum management. Not have only have they come up with new engineering and policy ideas, they have implemented them as well, which makes this book essential reading."
Martin Sims, Policy Tracker
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- Date Published: January 2016
- format: Hardback
- isbn: 9781107094222
- length: 276 pages
- dimensions: 253 x 180 x 17 mm
- weight: 0.69kg
- contains: 23 b/w illus. 28 tables
- availability: In stock
Table of Contents
Part I. Introduction:
2. Technical basics
3. Economic basics
Part II. Markets:
Part III. Sharing:
7. Sharing modes and the commons
8. Dynamic spectrum access
Part IV. Topics:
9. The UHF band
10. Public sector
11. Economic value of spectrum
12. The future.
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