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  1. Studies, Workshops, Consultations & other activities

    for improving spectrum efficiency, SMART 2011/0016 Final report by WIK Consult / Executive summary in DE / EN ...

    Daniel Kitscha - 08/09/2014 - 13:01

  2. Short range, mass market

    The term "short-range device" (SRD) stands for a large variety of low power radio transmitters that use shared frequency bands on a licence-exempt basis. These transmitters are usually mass-produced devices that are used in numerous applications ...

    Daniel Kitscha - 05/09/2014 - 10:59

  3. Radio Spectrum Policy Document Archive

    The following page contains a collection of official documents on Radio Spectrum Policy matters, in particular the relevant legislation, communication and other documents published by the European Commission. Here you can find the legislation in force (de ...

    Daniel Kitscha - 24/12/2014 - 15:50

  4. How to get involved in EU Radio Spectrum Policy

    There are a range of ways to follow and participate in the processes, activities and events concerning EU Radio Spectrum Policy Commission services work closely together with Member States and a broad range of stakeholder to develop the EU's Radio Sp ...

    Daniel Kitscha - 10/10/2014 - 17:16

  5. What is Radio Spectrum Policy?

    Radio spectrum is the basis for wireless communications like Wi-Fi or mobile phones, but is also key to areas like transport, broadcasting, public safety, research, environmental protection, and energy. But radio spectrum is a finite resource, and the dev ...

    Daniel Kitscha - 05/09/2014 - 10:59

  6. Promoting the shared use of Europe's radio spectrum

    Different users can sometimes share a given spectrum frequency band. This means more spectrum resources available, and lower access barriers for new users. But it needs regulators to grant shared spectrum access rights. Common examples are Wi-Fi networks, ...

    Daniel Kitscha - 05/09/2014 - 10:59

  7. Wireless Europe

    Demand for wireless services is soaring. The European Commission's radio spectrum policy helps to make the most of our airwaves. Wireless The majority of spectrum allocation is fragmented and countries are not following their obligations to assign sp ...

    Daniel Kitscha - 05/09/2014 - 10:59