The Space Policy Show: Satellite Spectrum -- Regulation and Management of a Finite Resource

Date & Time
September 24, 2020 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Eastern Time
Location
Virtual

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The next episode in the series is:
Thursday, September 24, 1pm ET
E34 - Satellite Spectrum -- Regulation and Management of a Finite Resource with Tom Stroup (Satellite Industry Association) and Karen Jones

 

About this episode: 
Today’s satellite industry decision makers face of range of radio frequency spectrum issues – including spectrum sharing, repurposing, regulatory oversight, and greater expectations for international cooperation and harmonization. New disruptive technologies and business models could also change the entire paradigm for spectrum management. Tom Stroup, president of the Satellite Industry Association, and Karen Jones, Center for Space Policy & Strategy, will sort how the industry can prepare for a brave new world – where commercial users are pushing into higher millimeter wave frequency bands, and the expectations for sustainable spectrum management increases. How do we maintain a balanced, forward-looking and sustainable approach to a finite resource -- now and in the future?

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