No. 90, 2nd Quarter 2013
The radio spectrum: A shift in paradigms?
Edited by J. Scott MARCUS, Gérard POGOREL & Frédéric PUJOL
Demand for the use of the radio spectrum is constantly and rapidly growing, not only as a means of carrying Internet traffic, but also for new or expanding use by the military, public protection and disaster relief, at the same time that more traditional applications such as aeronautical, maritime, and radio astronomy remain. Is spectrum policy entering a trackless wilderness, or can a new direction and a new set of paradigms be expected to emerge? The contributions to this special issue of Communications & Strategies cover a great deal of ground. They serve to provide valuable signposts for spectrum policy going forward.
Two exclusive interviews :
- Gilles BRÉGANT, CEO of ANFR (French national spectrum agency)
- Paul E. JACOBS, Qualcomm's Chairman & CEO
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