European policy trends towards flexible spectrum management

Delaere Simon
2007 South African Journal of Information and Communication  
Radio Spectrum Decision of the European Commission did create a framework for EU-wide spectrum policy making aimed at ensuring "co-ordination of policy approaches and, where appropriate, harmonised conditions with regard to the availability and efficient use of radio spectrum necessary for the establishment and functioning of the internal market in Community policy areas, such as electronic communications, transport and R&D" (Radio Spectrum Decision, Preamble 2), but the Commission has no
more » ... um to manage of its own and, as the preamble points out, continuously needs to ensure that its policy initiatives 8 the southern african journal of information and communication issue 8 2007 O On ne e O On ne e EUROPEAN POLICY TRENDS TOWARDS FLEXIBLE SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT Simon Delaere Researcher IBBT SMIT, Vrije Universiteit Brussels are in line with the competences attributed to it by the Treaties. 1
doi:10.23962/10539/19785 fatcat:ibdguslncrghrbkbxbav3p62ka