The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) will hold the world’s largest conference on wireless spectrum sharing in Accra, Ghana on 13-14 May 2014. This comes at a time when new laws and regulations are needed in order to release spectrum for vital radio, TV, broadband and other wireless applications, including broadband access and Machine-to-Machine (M2M).
Leading policymakers, regulators, academics, technologists and businesspeople will gather at the second annual Global Summit to discuss the future offered by new dynamic spectrum access technologies. The Summit will bring together experts with first-hand experience to demonstrate how dynamic spectrum access can help governments, businesses, and communities reduce the cost of wireless bandwidth and deliver affordable access in the busiest cities and most remote regions. Sessions will cover the latest technical advances, regulatory initiatives and strategies for ushering in the next leap forward in connectivity – from connecting the next four billion people to enabling the Internet of Things.
The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance is a global organization, advocating laws and regulations for more efficient and effective spectrum utilization. It hopes to build on the success of its inaugural gathering last year in Bangkok.
Dynamic Spectrum Alliance Chairman of the Board […]