While anti-piracy measures may have grabbed the headlines, the EU's Telecoms Package also endorses Ofcom-style spectrum liberalisation across Europe - to a point. The package, which was voted in today, states that radio spectrum should not be allocated by application; licensees should be free to do with it as they will. But it …
I thought this was a Captain Scarlet story when I saw the headline.
"less regulation, but more regulators, across Europe"
I, for one, welcome our new European spectrum talking-shop regulators...
Bureaucratic? The EU?
I think I'll set up a business selling metaphorical red tape and thus be able to retire by Christmas!
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Spectrum is green.
Radio Diversity Round Table in Germany 16.11
An interesting PR on the KIT website seems to argue for similar changes; I was one of the participants in the Radio Diversity Round Table and it's starting to look like this issue has the attention of at least some academics: http://www.kit.edu/english/55_552.php
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