radio spectrum allocation

radio spectrum allocation

[′rād·ē·ō ¦spek·trəm ‚al·ə′kā·shən]
(communications)
The specification of the frequencies of the radio spectrum which are available for use by the various radio services.
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The resolution supports the assignment of primary radio spectrum allocation for satellite-based Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B).
Her new 'Digital Agenda for Europe' package that will include three main features: plans for boosting high--speed broadband communications; guidelines in how to boost access to next generation digital technologies; and a proposed new radio spectrum allocation policy.
In the UK, Ofcom is reviewing radio spectrum allocation.
This technique is ideal for high volume mobile voice traffic and is the traditional cellular and PCS radio spectrum allocation format.
USD 18 billion for the wireless policies, radio spectrum allocation of "D" block for public safety.
Apple petitioned for Rulemaking with the FCC in May of 1995, asking the FCC to create an "NII Band" -- a radio spectrum allocation that will permit high-speed data communications for schools, libraries, community groups, individuals, businesses, and institutions.
Nasdaq-NNM: AAPL) today announced that it has filed a Petition for Rulemaking with the Federal Communications Commission, asking the FCC to create an "NII Band" -- a radio spectrum allocation that would permit high-speed data communications for schools, libraries, community groups, individuals, businesses and institutions.
BAM and CMU announced their findings on the heels of the Federal Communications Commission's much-anticipated decision to broaden the PCS landscape by defining who can bid on new radio spectrum allocation.
standard for DAB, uses existing radio spectrum allocations - no new allocations or auctions are required.