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Ensuring the optimal use of public airwaves isincreasingly challenging. The ‘low-hanging fruit’ of licensed spectrum has already been plucked. Spectrum policies, especially auctions, have been pursued in many countries and, over recent decades, hundreds of billions of dollars have been spent around the world to acquire rights to access highly sought-after spectrum bands. There is little or no ‘greenfield’ space left in key parts of the spectrum.
CHRIS WOOLFORD rounds up expert views on how future demands for spectrum can be met and international processes for spectrum management improved.
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