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Digital switchover and regulatory design for competing white space usage rights

Benoit Pierre Freyens, Mark Loney
2011 2011 IEEE International Symposium on Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks (DySPAN)  
with a flexible licensing framework that is better suited to the complex task of modern spectrum management.  ...  A third section describes proposals for a licensing regime allowing secondary unlicensed usage in 'private' spectrum spaces (these spectrum spaces are typically used for mobile phones in Australia but  ... 
doi:10.1109/dyspan.2011.5936222 fatcat:ijldr7agvfhcflgvid6ma65q4i

Minding the gap(s) in Australian spectrum law

Benoit Pierre Freyens
2010 Telecommunications Journal of Australia  
Achieving efficient spectrum management in the pursuit of the public interest was a key aspect of the legislative reforms enacted through the Radiocommunications Act 1992.  ...  This article argues that efficient spectrum policy can be furthered by crafting additional licensing regimes or expanding the possibilities of existing regimes.  ...  I suggested here that the potential for regime widening in Australia is largely concentrated in the spectrum licensing quadrant.  ... 
doi:10.2104/tja10006 fatcat:e3afj22r7vc57fxo3aagb6y4gi

Wireless Regulations and Dynamic Spectrum Access in Australia

B. P. Freyens, M. Loney, M. Poole
2010 2010 IEEE Symposium on New Frontiers in Dynamic Spectrum (DySPAN)  
This article discusses an array of intermediary, dynamically efficient spectrum management approaches, which may make better use of DSA opportunities.  ...  The article then discusses the practical hurdles and legal challenges posed by their adoption and regulation in an Australian context.  ...  Spectrum licences were established in the Act as a marketbased system of spectrum management.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dyspan.2010.5457916 fatcat:gjregunvancmzbygin5shdhswe

Spectrum management reform: Rethinking practices

Leo Fulvio Minervini
2014 Telecommunications Policy  
To alleviate that pressure, major regulatory changes were introduced in several countries in two key areas of spectrum management, namely spectrum assignment and allocation.  ...  Spectrum management reforms are considered within the theoretical framework of transition economics, which is concerned with optimal reform speed and sequencing.  ...  Of course, I remain solely responsible for any errors.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.telpol.2013.07.004 fatcat:wer5jdkm4bgtnj7jqjladgosfq

Protection and self-protection of the Murchison Radio-astronomy Observatory from radio frequency interference

Carol Wilson, Michelle Storey, Tasso Tzioumis
2011 2011 XXXth URSI General Assembly and Scientific Symposium  
Public standards for interference levels have been established, based on internationally approved ITU-R standards.  ...  This paper reports on measures being taken in Australia to protect the Murchison Radio-astronomy Observatory, which is a candidate site for the Square Kilometre Array.  ...  Introduction Australia has proposed a site in Western Australia, the Murchison Radio-astronomy Observatory (MRO), as the site for the next generation Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ursigass.2011.6051294 fatcat:7us4o4trmrgs5jlykpb3njazzi

GNSS Coordination at the National Level: the Australian Experience

Donald H Sinnott
2004 Journal of Global Positioning Systems  
Licensing of GPS spectrum The radiofrequency spectrum is managed in Australia under the Radiocommunications Act 1992.  ...  The Australian Communications Authority (ACA), which is established by the Act, is responsible for planning, licensing and technical standards for use of the spectrum.  ... 
doi:10.5081/jgps.3.1.242 fatcat:dobw7uwy7baedfjjk77pm7faxi

IoT Network Design using Open-Source LoRa Coverage Emulator

Bassel Al Homssi, Kosta Dakic, Simon Maselli, Hans Wolf, Sithamparanathan Kandeepan, Akram Al-Hourani
2021 IEEE Access  
a methodology for incorporating real radio spectrum measurements in order to account for the temporal behavior of the shared spectrum interference. • The framework allows the integration with built-in  ...  To incorporate the spatio-temporal interference behavior, the proposed framework allows for the injection of real spectrum measurements as pre-recorded by an SDR.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3070976 fatcat:z3t4oxizn5cohdio3tzhq3xxz4

Land of white space opportunity: channel planning and DTV restack in Australia

Benoît‐Pierre Freyens, Mark Loney
2011 Info  
are larger than those used in an interference-limited approach.  ...  in unacceptable interference to spectrum licensees.  ... 
doi:10.1108/14636691111146136 fatcat:46s7zq7ybzdkllss65c2uc55k4

LICENSED SHARED ACCESS (LSA) – REGULATORY BACKGROUND AND VIEW OF ADMINISTRATIONS

Karsten Buckwitz, Jan Engelberg, Gernot Rausch
2014 Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Cognitive Radio Oriented Wireless Networks  
The latter provides the communication basis for an enhanced future solution for more flexible sharing and is unanimously agreed within the CEPT and the Radio Spectrum Policy Group (RSPG), the high-level  ...  Committee (ECC) Decisions and Reports as well as to the current regulatory framework on licensing and sharing.  ...  According to that, before establishing an EU harmonization measure, the EC mandates 1 In spring 2014, the EC presented, within this framework, an EC Mandate on the use of the 2.3 -2.4 GHz bands by MFCN  ... 
doi:10.4108/icst.crowncom.2014.255774 dblp:conf/crowncom/BuckwitzER14 fatcat:36mq7lqhmndf3eii7nev4tn7qu

Opportunities for white space usage in Australia

B. P. Freyens, M. Loney
2011 2011 2nd International Conference on Wireless Communication, Vehicular Technology, Information Theory and Aerospace & Electronic Systems Technology (Wireless VITAE)  
1 -We discuss the scope and nature of opportunities for white space devices to operate in the UHF band in Australia after the digital dividend.  ...  We identify opportunities for white space usage in the reduced UHF band to be used for television services as well as in nearby guard bands.  ...  In an age of acute spectrum scarcity, allocated but unused 'beachfront' spectrum always presents an efficiency puzzle to regulatory agencies [1] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/wirelessvitae.2011.5940841 fatcat:2pp36wpwabaqhm4jxqiak2i62m

Automation of the Spectrum, Automation and the Spectrum: Legal Challenges When Optimising Spectrum Use for Military Operations

Eve Massingham
2021 Law, Technology and Humans  
role that autonomous capabilities may play in managing the spectrum itself.  ...  The spectrum, while fully renewable, is not unlimited at any one point in time and allocation of the spectrum for optimum utilisation is key. This is raising a range of issues.  ...  example, in Australia, the Radiocommunications Act 1992 (Cth) establishes a licensing system where a 'holding' allows access to an allocated part of the spectrum (in line with Australia's ITU obligations  ... 
doi:10.5204/lthj.1854 fatcat:ylk5zynz7zhnpjkkeinedt6rdm

Multi-Operator Network Sharing for Massive IoT

Yong Xiao, Marwan Krunz, Tao Shu
2019 IEEE Communications Magazine  
How to accommodate the demand for both massive scale of IoT devices and high-speed cellular services in the physically limited spectrum without significantly increasing the operational and infrastructure  ...  We evaluate the performance of our proposed framework using the real base station location data in the city of Dublin collected from two major operators in Ireland.  ...  In LTE, for example, the interference threshold for each UE is -72 dBm.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2019.1800272 fatcat:s6n2nmsiqvccnkt56kbexfbhnq

Flexible Spectrum Management and the Need for Controlling Entities for Reconfigurable Wireless Systems

Simon Delaere, Pieter Ballon
2007 2007 2nd IEEE International Symposium on New Frontiers in Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks  
This paper provides an overview of policy trends towards flexible spectrum management in the EU, in the context of operational solutions for reconfigurability as they are currently being developed within  ...  real-time mechanisms for dynamic spectrum management are used, there is a need for centralized 'controlling entities', which may fulfill a diverse set of roles.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work was performed in project E 2 R II which has received research funding from the Community's Sixth Framework programme.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dyspan.2007.53 fatcat:xeqsk2y5tvc2nalzg26ctlplqq

Performance Modeling Framework for IoT-over-Satellite Using Shared Radio Spectrum

Chiu Chun Chan, Akram Al-Hourani, Jinho Choi, Karina Mabell Gomez, Sithamparanathan Kandeepan
2020 Remote Sensing  
In this paper, we propose a framework for modeling the performance of IoT-over-Satellite access systems when sharing the radio spectrum with terrestrial networks.  ...  We focus on low earth orbit satellites due to their potential use in IoT applications, where we evaluate the framework using actual parameters of satellites located in 300–800 km orbits.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank Mohammed Elsagher for his contribution to the implementation of the ITU-R P.676-12 air-absorption model.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12101666 fatcat:bhm6luh3zras3g3q43oeqzeqgu

The radio spectrum: opportunities and challenges for the developing world

Björn Wellenius, Isabel Neto, Erik Bohlin
2006 Info  
Australia also charges its military for frequency use and is moving toward a scheme in which the defense authorities must obtain licenses for their systems. 17 Managing military spectrum efficiently  ...  It is to their advantage to participate effectively in the process of changing the global and regional frameworks for spectrum management.  ... 
doi:10.1108/14636690610653572 fatcat:kdap3zpoinhvfebg376voiyxz4
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