NITA publishes DotEcon/Analysys report on spectrum trading and liberalisation

The Danish National IT & Telecom Agency (NITA) has published a study undertaken by DotEcon and Analysys Consulting on the possible reform of spectrum management methods in Denmark.
The report looks at how primary assignment of spectrum may be improved to award available radio frequencies to users in line with market demand. The report also contains a discussion and assessment of the benefits of further liberalisation of spectrum use and the introduction of spectrum trading in order to improve the efficiency of spectrum allocation.
The report can be downloaded here.
The study forms part of a review of the administration of radio frequencies in Denmark and NITA is currently conducting a public hearing on the conclusions of the report with deadline for responses on 22 September.

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