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Spectrum Strife – The Struggle for the Profits Emanating from the Communications Sector’s Miracle Ingredient by Martin Cave

03.12.2019
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Spectrum Strife- The Struggle for the Profits Emanating from the Communications Sector's Miracle Ingredient

By Martin Cave

The communications sector has undergone unparalleled global change in the fifty years since the International Institute of Communications (IIC) was founded. This chapter describes the role in these events of the discovery, and exploitation, of the potential of spectrum to carry voice call and data services, which previously had been largely confined to wireline conveyance.

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Spectrum Strife - The Struggle for the Profits Emanating from the Communications Sector's Miracle Ingredient

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IIC 50th Anniversary Book
Martin Cave OBE (Dr) Martin Cave OBE (Dr) Chair, Ofgem; Visiting Professor of Economics, London School of Economics
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