Glad to be grey: the power of shared spectrum

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The colours of the spectrum are white, black and grey. That might not sound very dynamic, but Kenny Barlee from the University of Strathclyde shines a light on how, by making nice with the organisations that have the right to use frequencies nationally, small companies can play in the spaces that have been left in the dark.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages4
Specialist publicationUK5G Innovation Network Magazine
Publication statusPublished - 1 Sept 2020


  • shared spectrum
  • dynamic spectrum
  • software defined radio
  • LTE
  • mobile network
  • neutral hosting
  • TV white space


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