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Spectrum Management Ministerial Mission - Joëlle TOLEDANO - Supélec - Spectrum Policy Executive Seminar - DigiWorld Summit 2013


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  • 1. Spectrum Policy Act II Spectrum Management Ministerial Mission Joëlle Toledano, Supélec Digiworld Summit 2013 Montpellier
  • 2. Context of the Mission • With more intelligent devices coming up, a more efficient use of spectrum could be seeked. • Today, French spectrum management relies mainly on the allocation of a specific radio band to an « affectataire » and then to a specific service. • This situation is rendering more difficult the implementation of new spectrum policies based on shared access to use spectrum more efficiently. • The OECD has underlined the economic importance of spectrum and the need to, among other actions, identify candidate bands for sharing, publish clear rules and consult with all stakeholders about their possible interests and proposals supporting sharing.
  • 3. Description and objectives of the Mission 1/2: • The goals set by Fleur Pellerin, Minister in charge of SME, Innovation and Digital Economy are to identify the: - Organizational ; - Institutional and - Legal leverages allowing the implementation of a more open and more simple spectrum policy, in order to foster innovation and growth. • This ministerial mission will focus, among other subjects, on: - identifying the bands likely to be shared dynamically or used for innovative services; - imagining a “tool box” for an innovative spectrum management.
  • 4. Description and objectives of the Mission 1/2: • The Mission will be rooted in existing frameworks: - Radio Spectrum Pluri-annual Program (RSPP) ; - Radio Spectrum Policy Group (RSPG), European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations (ECPT) and Electronic Communications Committee (ECC) ; - Works by foreign bodies (FCC, Ofcom…). • The Mission also pay an important attention to international developments at the ITU.
  • 5. What the Mission is not : • A mandate to discuss specific bands: 700 MHz, 400 MHz… ; • A mandate to choose between sharing technologies ; • A mandate to pick authorization regimes for some bands. What the Mission is : • A mandate to foster innovation ; • A mandate to put in the public debate spectrum management issues.
  • 6. The Mission Methodology 1/2 : • Hearings in France : some companies (Red Technologies, BoC, Microsoft, Cisco, Qualcomm, HD Forum, Motorola, SFR, TDF, Infosat) and public entities (URSI France, CSA, ARCEP) have already been heard ; • Hearings abroad : in the United Kingdtom (Ofcom and Neul), in the United States (January 2014) and in Finland (February 2014). To sollicit an hearing: • All written contributions welcomed. To submit a working paper:
  • 7. The Mission Methodology 2/2 : • January 2014: First set of recommendations ; • March 2014: Final report. All about the mission on:
  • 8. Thank you for your attention