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  1. When research on wireless connections meets the Digital Agenda

    --- Posted by Luis Rodríguez-Roselló, DG INFSO, Head of Unit for Future Networks, and Silvia Alexe, Future Networks unit's communications officer One of our EU-funded research projects has delivered outstanding results. The EUWB (Coexisting Short Rang ...

    Editor Connect - 11/06/2015 - 11:46

  2. The next steps for wireless innovation in Europe

    ---  Posted by Pearse O'Donohue, DG INFSO, Head of unit: Radio Spectrum Policy As the Digital Agenda Assembly (#daa11eu) is fast approaching, I am looking forward to an interesting discussion with stakeholders and key spectrum policy makers on the spe ...

    Editor Connect - 26/06/2015 - 15:58 - 1 comment

  3. Spectrum needs for wireless eHealth innovations – join the debate!

    --- Posted by Daniel Kitscha (DG INFSO, Radio Spectrum Policy, Digital Agenda Assembly- Coordinator Workshop 17) on behalf of the author: Eric Klasen (Vice President, Regulatory Affairs and Quality, Medtronic International Trading Sàrl). To launch the deba ...

    Editor Connect - 28/10/2014 - 16:52 - 6 comments

  4. Spectrum needs for Intelligent Transport Systems – join the debate!

    To launch the debate on "Spectrum for wireless innovation in Europe" (Digital Agenda Assembly Workshop 17- #daa11spectrum) Knut Evensen (Chief Technologist, Q-Free ASA) has provided us with his recommendations on the spectrum needs for intellige ...

    Editor Connect - 16/03/2016 - 15:35 - 2 comments

  5. Spectrum needs for Smart Grids – join the debate!

    To launch the debate on "Spectrum for wireless innovation in Europe", Peter Moray (Director, EUTC) has provided us with his recommendations on the spectrum needs for smart grids.--- Posted by Daniel Kitscha (DG INFSO, Radio Spectrum Policy, Digi ...

    Editor Connect - 16/03/2016 - 15:35 - 5 comments

  6. Radio Spectrum: coordination, harmonisation and information

    The Radio Spectrum Policy Programme sets the roadmap for encouraging efficient management and use of spectrum to meet the increasing needs for spectrum in the internal market. The overall goals of EU's Radio Spectrum Policy are to coordinate the use ...

    Marketa Lukasko... - 27/04/2016 - 14:07

  7. Improving access to Radio Spectrum through Market Mechanisms

    The trend towards greater flexibility and more competition in spectrum use is made easier by a market-based approach to individual rights of use. Spectrum management reform in the EU The traditional approach to spectrum management is based on deciding who ...

    Marketa Lukasko... - 16/03/2016 - 15:35

  8. Flexibility- the key to competition and innovation

    As demand for the use of radio spectrum increases, a more flexible approach to spectrum allocation is needed. This includes the reduction of rigid allocations of spectrum to specific technologies or services in order to speed up the response to market dev ...

    Marketa Lukasko... - 10/06/2015 - 15:08

  9. Reorganising the EU's spectrum

    With increasing demands on radio spectrum from a wealth of new applications, this scarce and valuable commodity must be managed and used as efficiently as possible, to ensure the most benefit to society. In particular, if frequencies become available for ...

    Marketa Lukasko... - 16/03/2016 - 15:35

  10. Delivering the digital dividend

    The transition from analogue to digital television technology releases a significant amount of high quality radio spectrum which can be made available for new services and technologies: a ‘digital dividend’ that benefits both the broadcasting sector and t ...

    Marketa Lukasko... - 16/03/2016 - 15:35

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