Friday, January 6, 2012

I thought this was an interesting position on spectrum and the basic value of Spectrum Bridge's Authorized Shared Access Technology. Yochai Benkler finds that the success of open wireless spectrum allocations foster innovation, influenced by the same principle as the internet: freedom to operate around a set of minimal standards. These solutions exploit the "lumpiness" of time and location characteristics of the applications they serve to deploy wireless infrastructure efficiently through the use of shared spectrum. It's interesting to learn that markets are adopting unlicensed wireless strategies over licensed strategies in mission-critical applications like wireless healthcare and smart grid communications.

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