FUSE- Future Service Infrastructure

Project Details

Description

The aim of the project is to explore the relevance and potential application
of MUX6 for a future, high quality and countrywide public broadband
infrastructure.

The research involved addresses choice of technology platform (e.g. between
DVB-H/ digital TV, WiMAX, TETRA, 3G/ LTE) both in relation to communication
needs/ requirements on areas of high public interest and to techno-economic
efficiency. To cover these aspects the project will involve a pilot
implementation of a Public Safety and Emergency application and desktop
studies.

Based on a given technology (DVB-H with associated return channel) the pilot
will, explore the potentials and barriers in a specific application. The
desktop studies will discuss the relevance of the

general idea of a future, high quality and nationwide public broadband
infrastructure and the prioritised allocation of communication resources for
different application areas.

StatusFinished
Effective start/end date01/03/200901/03/2011

Funding

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  • Research Output

    • 1 Paper without publisher/journal

    Spectrum war: The battle for the digital dividend

    Henten, A., Tadayoni, R. & Windekilde, I. M., 2010. 24 p.

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