UPDATE on 28 October: If you would like to join the session please email Jo.
The Public Sector Spectrum Release Programme (PSSRP) has enabled the release of spectrum to increase efficiency of use and enhance the economic contribution of spectrum to the UK. PSSRP goals can be achieved by both change of use of spectrum, which has mostly been the case up to now, and the use of spectrum sharing to expand spectrum supply.
This event will explore a possible method for how public sector and in particular Defence spectrum could be accessed by users on a shared basis and the mechanisms required to enable this.
Chair: Tony Lavender, UK SPF and Plum Consulting
James Youngs and Keith Tench, Ministry of Defence
William Webb, Webb Search
This event will be run under Chatham House Rule. By registering you consent to your name, job title and organisation being shared with other attendees.
Joining instructions will be sent to registered attendees a day or two before the event, you will not receive a diary invite.