International Regulation of Satellite Communication, Volume 6

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Kluwer Law International, 1990 - Law - 245 pages
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Technological advances strongly influence developments in international telecommunications services. This book illustrates how international institutional & regulatory frameworks implement technological advances in the field of telecommunications. These frameworks canalize technology on the one hand & guide legal implementation of the actual international connections on the other. International telecommunications links are implemented by means of geostationary satellite or through submarine cables. The regulations & organizations dealing with satellite connections differ significantly from international regulations & organizations in the field of submarine cables. In Legal Aspects of Implementing International Telecommunication Links the concepts of 'allocation' & 'interconnection' are used to bridge the gap between these two different domains. Following a characterization & discussion of these concepts, the actual legal implementation of both types of connections is described in detail.

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Contents

THE ORBITSPECTRUM RESOURCE
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Capacity of the orbitspectrum resource
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THE INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK
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Copyright

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