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Friday, January 30, 2015

THE NEW YEAR BRINGS ALWAYS HOPE

DEAR FELLOWS AND FOLLOWERS,CHAIRESTHAI,

THE GEOPOLITICAL SITUATION AT LEAST IN EUROPE AND MEDITERRANEAN REMAINS STABLE,BY THE UNCERTAINTY WHICH CHARACTERIZES TIMES OF CHANGE,IT IS 
 HOPED FOR THE GOOD  OF CITIZENS.
THAT'S WHY WE ARE CONTINUING OUR PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS WHICH ARE MAINLY FOCUSED AT THE SIDE OF SCIENCE AND RESEARCH.
MAIN EVENTS WE FOLLOWED  WERE :


A) 1st SPECTRUM PLANNING FOR 5G 
ON 13/11/14 AT CHARLEMAGNE BUILDING
EVEN THOUGH 4G ISN'T YET EVERYWHERE PLANNING FOR 5G MUST BEGIN. KOREA IS VERY ADVANCED CAUSE THEY ARE MORE IMPROVED IN IoT TECHNOLOGIES

https://twitter.com/epaphosinfo/status/532824397930065920

THE VIDEO STREAMING FROM THE CONFERENCE :

https://scic.ec.europa.eu/streaming/index.php?es=2&sessionno=5300ef422e613b74fbf759d293aaab6a


Will cognitive radio, dynamic spectrum access come of age in 5G?

Around 10 years ago, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)’s Next Generation Communications program constructed a prototype cognitive radio system, which utilized dynamic spectrum access for its communications. By identifying unused sections of spectrum in the area it was operating, it was hoped up to 10-times more spectrum would be available for transmissions. This highlighted a growing interest in the defense community in dynamic spectrum access techniques which had been developed with the challenges of battle-space spectrum in mind, but also apparently had applicability in commercial environments in terms of making more efficient use of valuable spectrum resources and potentially leading the way to spectrum trading. The XG program was one of the largest cognitive radio projects at the time but interest in Cognitive radio was by no means limited to the U.S.
Martin Cave’s audit of public sector bands in 2005, which highlighted just how much more efficiently U.K. defense spectrum could be utilized, provoked interest in the topic in the U.K. This was produced alongside Ofcom’s Spectrum Framework Review, which set out ambitious targets for a general move from the traditional “command and control” approach to spectrum licensing to a more dynamic approach based on “market mechanisms” with the overall ambition of realizing better value from spectrum for the U.K.
With the switchover to digital television and release of TV white space, a debate was ignited over whether DSA could be applied to these civilian bands too. The obvious example of this has been the activity around TV white space, although the Federal Communications Commission discussion on 3.5 GHz is also significant.
However, the digital TV switchover was six years ago and the commercial roll out of white space devices is still fairly limited due to the complications of deploying these devices in practice. Concerns over the so-called “hidden node” issue (interference provoked by the failure of one device to detect the presence of all other devices) and how devices with different spectral views would liaise with each other have meant that the regulation of these white space devices has taken some time to agree.
In attempting to overcome these limitations, regulators gradually shied away from a pure spectrum sensing approach, towards the introduction of beacon signals to identify usage, before settling on the use of a centralized database of white spaces in each location that is used in addition to spectrum sensing.
But even then, the practical use of TV white spaces has continued to be fairly limited. Vendors and operators have struggled to find an application that suits the availability of white spaces, as well as handling the lack of guaranteed spectrum.
This same philosophy is being proposed for 3.5 GHz in the U.S., where some locations have other users (e.g. marine radar), but the combination of database and sensing could allow this band to be used. This is especially important as 3.5 GHz is one of the few LTE bands that is supported globally, so there is a clear commercial imperative.

Enter 5G

At the recent 5G Huddle, rethinking how existing technologies make use of spectrum was a key topic of discussion, with spectrum sharing a major part of this.
There are some strong arguments for why this would be sensible:
  • We’re starting to reach the limits of what we can achieve through higher order modulation schemes, with any gains insufficient to keep pace with demand.
  • We may still be making some gains with regards to multiple-input, multiple-output and CoMP, but again, not at the same rate that demand is increasing.
  • Small cells, which are increasing in usage, and network densification, levels of which are also increasing, both lend themselves well to spectrum sharing.
  • –he last variable available to us in our attempts to increase capacity is spectrum, and (at least in theory), DSA maximizes availability and efficiency of spectrum across all operators
On that last point, this is of course only if it is deployed correctly, with polite protocols for communications.
However introducing dynamic spectrum sharing to “5G” would surely result in 5G just suffering from the same technical issues that cognitive radio has encountered before.
After all, one of the key differentiators of cellular over many other wireless technologies, such as Wi-Fi, is the guaranteed quality of service. Indeed, we have previously examined how exclusively licensed spectrum loses value as the sharing arrangements increase uncertainty for operators.
Wouldn’t 5G lose this edge if spectrum access became dynamic and without guarantees?
At present, you would be correct, but it is unlikely anyone would be satisfied introducing such a glaring problem into 5G. Rather the key difference between earlier cognitive radios and 5G is that, as demonstrated with the discussions at the 5G huddle, major commercial vendors and operators are putting significant research time and investment behind the technology.
Perhaps this time around, with the full weight of the industry behind it, and with an appropriate understanding of what operators need from spectrum sharing conditions to offer high-quality services, cognitive radio and DSA can really come of age.
SOURCE  http://www.realwireless.biz/



B)STRENGTHENING EU's DEFENCE INDUSTRY: DUAL USE  AND SMART CLUSTERING
ON 25/11/14 AT MCE BRU
WHERE WE DECLARED ONCE AGAIN THE NEED FOR ORGANIZING IN ANOTHER BASIS THE EUROPEAN DEFENCE SYSTEM
https://twitter.com/epaphosinfo/status/537165492801507328

C) eSkILLS 2014 CONFERENCE
ON 2/12/14 AT BRUSSELS MARRIOTT HOTEL
DURING THE EVENT WE CONSULTED THE COMMUNITY TO TAKE MEASURES FOR THE PROBLEM WE FACE AS EUROPEANS AND MEDITERRANEANS FOR THE MIGRATION OF THE QUALIFIED PEOPLE TO OTHER ZONES AROUND THE EARTH,WHICH KILLS LOCAL-NATIONAL INNOVATION DEVELOPMENT.

https://twitter.com/epaphosinfo/status/539714871169130496


D) HORIZON 2020 ENERGY INFO DAY FOR SECURE CLEAN EFFICIENT ENERGY SOCIETAL CHALLENGE
ON 12/12/14 AT ALBERT BORCHETTE CENTRE
https://twitter.com/epaphosinfo/status/543336097439547393

E)BIG DATA INFO CALL DAY  
ON 16/12/14 AT ALBERT BORCHETTE CENTRE
IT WAS ADVISED THAT THE CURRENT INFO DAY ISNT BEING FOCUSED TO A SPECIFIC SECTOR AND THE RESEARCHERS WERE GUIDED TO THE SME'S ENVIRONMENTS WHICH AREN'T YET MATURE ENOUGH,WHEN ON THE CONTRARY THE DEFENCE AND SECURITY SECTORS HAVE THE UNDERSTANDING TO FINANCE SUCH ATTEMPTS.
https://twitter.com/epaphosinfo/status/556024634093871104

CT)7TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON EUROPEAN SPACE POLICY  
ON 27/01/15 AT CHARLEMAGNE
WE COMMENTED ON 3 POINTS,
TO THE KIND REQUEST OF THE HONORABLE CITIZEN AND MEP ,CHAIR OF SKY AND SPACE INTERGROUP,MRS MONIKA HOHLMEIER: 

A)WE ARE PROPOSING FOR THE LAST 6 YEARS TO THE COMMUNITY THE ORGANIZATION OF FLEXIBLE PRIVATE SCHEMES LIKE THE SPACEX PROJECT,BECAUSE HEAVY INDUSTRY CAN'T REACT FAST ENOUGH TO THE UPCOMING CHALLENGES.
THE EU STILL DOESNT GIVE THE OPPORTUNITY THIS TO HAPPEN,WHEN OUR COMPETITORS ARE IMMEDIATELY REACTING TO OUR PROPOSALS.
B)OUR POLICY ISNT FOCUSED ON A SPECIFIC POINT,APART FROM THE EARTH'S SATELLITE STRATEGIC OPTIONS.LATELY USA AND JAPAN HAVE DECLARED THEIR STRATEGIES TO BE IMPLEMENTED AROUND THE DEFENCE SECTOR.
C)ON MARS STRATEGIES WE AS EUROPEANS AND MEDITERRANEANS ,WE KEEP SILENCE WHEN ALREADY PROJECTS ARE RUNNING ALL AROUND THE GLOBE ,FOR THE DISCOVERED NEW LANDS
https://twitter.com/epaphosinfo/status/560029202985275393

Z)SOCIOECONOMIC BENEFITS OF NETWORK SHARING
ON 29/01/15 AT ALBERT BORCHETTE CENTRE
DURING THE ADVISORY PART OF THE SESSIONS WE TOOK THE RESPONSIBILITY TO ASK FOR A FASTER IMPLEMENTATION OF SUCH AN IMPORTANT STUDY FOR THE INTERNET-MOBILE-BROADCASTING AND OTHER COMMUNITIES. 
THE SOCIOECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT IT IS INFLUENCED BY THE TECHNOLOGICAL IMPROVEMENTS LIKE IoT,5G ETC. ANY KIND OF STUDIES SHOULD INCLUDE PARTIALLY THESE TECHNO INNOVATIONS IN ORDER THE DYNAMIC SIMULATIONS TO WORK FOR THE REALITY MODELS,BECAUSE STATIC INTERPRETATION IS CONSERVATIVE AND COST DEFECTIVE APART FROM OTHER ASPECTS .
https://twitter.com/epaphosinfo/status/560733506624827393
THE VIDEO STREAMING  IS HERE:
https://scic.ec.europa.eu/streaming/index.php?es=2&sessionno=4249a84bdaf63c34332d1988244fb089 THE EPAPHOS CONSULTATION IS IN 3:54:45 AND 4:20:07
OUR PROPOSALS AND ADVISES ON BEHALF OF EUROPEAN AND MEDITERRANEAN CITIZENS HAVE AS A CONCERN THAT THE TECHNOLOGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND GENERAL PROGRESS WILL ACT EFFECTIVELY FOR THE CREATION OF A TOTALLY NEW DEMOCRATIC EUROPEAN AND MEDITERRANEAN SOCIETY AND MAYBE LATER ON IN OTHER G(R)AIAN ZONES TOO.

HAPPY-FRUITFUL AND HEALTHY 2015
EUCHARISTOOMEN FOR YOUR ATTENTION AND SUPPORT 

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