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DySPAN 2014 Spectrum Policy Tutorial


Your blogger will be presenting a tutorial on “A Hands-on Approach to Spectrum Regulation for Innovative Wireless Engineers” at the IEEE Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks Conference (DySPAN2014) in McLean, VA on Tuesday April 1, 2014 at 1:30 - 5 PM alongside Mr. Nelson Pollack, the former Air Force member of IRAC who has much experience in federal spectrum management issues as well as ITU matters.

Here is the summary:

National and international spectrum policy issues are key factors in the practical implementation of innovative wireless technology as spectrum access is highly regulated in all countries. This course, taught by two long time experts in spectrum policy, will review what an engineer working on cutting edge issues needs to know about what is permitted, what may be permitted, and working to push the boundaries of spectrum policy to enable new technology. The focus will be on international spectrum policy and US national policy for both private sector use and federal government use.

Registration information is here.

Hope to see you there!

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