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Study on the Radio Regulations of the ITU Radio Regulations institutions and developed countries before and after regulations
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 Title & Authors
Study on the Radio Regulations of the ITU Radio Regulations institutions and developed countries before and after regulations
Choi, Woo-Jin; Shin, Hyun-Shin;
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 Abstract
There propagate use management paradigm in developed countries is changing as Command & Control Market Based Open Access Manage By Technology & Technical Analysis, that the policy response to environmental changes, such as a variety of new technologies. The emergence of service, the proliferation of propagation users It is to activate the market. However, the basic principles of radio management such that the change of paradigm be used to spread in a range that does not affect the interference, such as the horn is to be observed. Around the world in order to prevent the propagation and utilization Horn interference enacted regulations for managing the radio station, and also discipline.
 Keywords
Radio Regulations;Radio Control;Radio Station;Also Permit System;Reporting System;Inspection System;
 Language
Korean
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