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  1. Radio Spectrum Policy Group (RSPG)

    The Radio Spectrum Policy Group is a high-level advisory group assisting the Commission in the development of radio spectrum policy in the Community. Its members are representatives of Member States and the Commission. Members of the advisory group The Ra ...

    Pedro Ribeiro M... - 05/09/2014 - 10:59

  2. Radio Spectrum Policy Program: the roadmap for a wireless Europe

    Access to radio spectrum is essential for a vast range of activities: from telephony and broadcasting, through to transport and space applications. But it is also crucial to ensure that EU citizens in both urban and rural areas can benefit from digital te ...

    Pedro Ribeiro M... - 05/09/2014 - 10:59

  3. Radio Spectrum Committee (RSC)

    The Radio Spectrum Committee (RSC) is responsible for specific technical measures required to implement the broader Radio Spectrum Policy. The RSC is composed of Member State representatives and chaired by the European Commission. The Radio Spectrum Commi ...

    Pedro Ribeiro M... - 12/01/2015 - 10:02

  4. EU's spectrum policy framework

    In the EU the Member States coordinate their spectrum management approaches in a common regulatory framework to support the internal market for wireless services and to foster innovation in electronic communications and other sectors. The Member States ha ...

    Pedro Ribeiro M... - 04/02/2013 - 17:19

  5. Easier access to radio spectrum: the EU's electronic communications framework

    The EU has put in place a regulatory framework for electronic communications to boost European competitiveness- and support world-class communications and broadcasting infrastructure. Wireless communications are an integral part of this infrastructure: an ...

    Pedro Ribeiro M... - 04/02/2013 - 17:05

  6. Managing and monitoring the EU's radio spectrum

    The allocation and management of radio spectrum in Europe are administered by national regulatory authorities. These authorities work together within a harmonised framework established by international and European policy initiatives. Managing the spectru ...

    Pedro Ribeiro M... - 05/09/2014 - 10:59

  7. EU Coordination on Radio Spectrum

    Radio spectrum management processes vary considerably between the EU's Member States. However, all must comply with European agreements on frequency use. This supports a single market for wireless services and equipment, and reduces the risk of harmf ...

    Pedro Ribeiro M... - 04/02/2013 - 17:29