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CITEL Seminar on Spectrum Requirements for Broadband Deployment

- November 15, 2009 - 4 Comments

I had an opportunity to participate this week at CITEL’s seminar on Spectrum Requirements for Broadband Deployment. I titled my presentation “Spectrum Requirements for the Information Economy,” which I believe, this is what it is at stake.

There was overwhelming consensus in that one of the best policy determinations Governments could do to foster the development of wireless mobile broadband networks is putting spectrum to work.

The presentation is available in the following url:

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Organization of American States (OAS) seminar on Spectrum Requirements for Broadband Deployment, November 9, 2009.

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  1. Great you have beautifully presented your thought in this article.Thanks for your useful info, I think it's a good topic, and these mechanisms should also be implemented in a way that preserves minimum acceptable broadcast service levels and protects smaller and rural markets.A few Tribes have successfully used wireless infrastructure to deliver broadband connectivity to their communities. Increasing Tribal access to and use of spectrum would create additional opportunities for Tribal communities to get broadband access.

  2. The success of mobile broadband is more prominent in the western countries in marketing. Thank you so much for sharing your extensive knowledge. The presentation is very interesting and useful.

  3. Sir,I could not follow the video totally. It could be in English I wished, if it was I could understand a bit more about the topic. But it was a nice watch.mervik.

  4. Hi,Wow.Thats great.With marketplace momentum gathering behind mobile broadband technologies in general, and more specifically WiMAX technology, the governmental regulatory environment takes on even greater importance.Thank you very much for sharing such an interesting presentation.