Radio Spectrum Management: Policies, Regulations and Techniques

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John Wiley & Sons, Jul 11, 2016 - Science - 440 pages

This book presents the fundamentals of wireless communications and services, explaining in detail what RF spectrum management is, why it is important, which are the authorities regulating the use of spectrum, and how is it managed and enforced at the international, regional and national levels. The book offers insights to the engineering, regulatory, economic, legal, management policy-making aspects involved. Real-world case studies are presented to depict the various approaches in different countries, and valuable lessons are drawn. The topics are addressed by engineers, advocates and economists employed by national and international spectrum regulators. The book is a tool that will allow the international regional and national regulators to better manage the RF spectrum, and will help operators and suppliers of wireless communications to better understand their regulators.

 

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Contents

Cover
Acknowledgments
The Radio Frequency Spectrum and Wireless
The Main Regulated Radio Services
Policies Legal and Economic Frameworks to Manage
2-4
11 Comparison of VHFUHF DVBT2
2-10
20 Error performance objectives for HRX
2-17
26 ITU RR allocations for RNSS L1 and
2-24
Chapter 03
5-3
Regional RF Spectrum Management
5-7
RF Engineering and the Link Budget
5
List of Tables
66
Chapter 01
9-1
Limitations to Radio Frequency Human Exposure
9-9
communication deliveries
9-34
3 FCC Part 18 ISM RF bands
9-55

30 Designations of satellites RF bands
2-28
Short Range Devices and the LicenseExempt
2-39
5 Frequency ranges for regional
9-61
dBμVm for digital sound
9-71

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Dr Haim Mazar (Madjar)

Haim Mazar has more than 40 years of experience in regulatory activities, wireless communications, broadcasting and spectrum management. He received a BSc is in electrical engineering from the Technion, Haifa, Israel in 1971; an MBA from Bar-Ilan University in 1988; and a PhD from Middlesex University, London, UK in 2008, focusing on regulatory frameworks for wireless communications.

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