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By Chris Wooleford

Over the past couple of decades, wireless technologies have changed beyond recognition. Mobile phones, once a luxury item in richer countries, are now essential consumer items across the world, used to access an ever-increasing range of applications and services. More generally, wireless services are evolving rapidly in sectors as diverse as healthcare, defence, transport, science and logistics.


What challenges are we facing in spectrum management and are we moving fast enough to meet them? Ofcom’s CHRIS WOOLFORD thinks we can do better.

Intermedia Issue:
Vol 45, Issue 03
Issue Date:
September 2017
Infrastructure and Spectrum
Chris Woolford Chris Woolford Director of International Spectrum Policy, Ofcom, UK; Director, International Institute of Communications

Vol 45, Issue 03 Features

EDITORIAL 14.09.2017
ARE WE LOSING CONTROL? 14.09.2017 Robin Mansell
IT’S ALL POLITICAL 14.09.2017 Marc Beishon
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