Monthly Archives: June 2009
It’s been a week of investigating the best option to demonstrate a model of industry self-regulation through a lite-licensing approach. So far 5850-6100 Mhz (250Mhz) looks like the best option: Most 802.11a radios and antenna equipment can use the 4.92-6.1Ghz … Continue reading
Slides from Steve Song Open Spectrum Alliance – South Africa Viewmore Microsoft Word documents from Steve Song. Slides from Dominic Cull OSA regulatory realities View more OpenOffice presentations from joebotha.
Yesterday was the founding meeting of the Open Spectrum Alliance at Asara wine estate, just outside Stellenbosch. There was a good turnout (about 45+ people) and plenty of healthy discussion and debate. A few notes for the press: Preface ======= … Continue reading
* Panel Discussion : Spectrum 2.0 – What’s really happening? * Open Spectrum – Physics, Engineering, Commerce and Politics