DENVER, 2 Feb. 2008. The Software Defined Radio (SDR) Forum in Denver is asking industry for advice on how next-generation radio systems should be regulated.
The SDR Forum issued a request for information (RFI) that solicits input from Forum members, the communications technology industry, academia, government agencies, and other parties interested in helping to establish a practical and compelling SDR Forum regulatory agenda.
Click here to download a written copy of the survey in Microsoft Word format.
Responses to this RFI, subsequent member discussions, and other inputs will be used to create several Forum regulatory recommendations related to SDR and cognitive radio capabilities. The Forum will then use these recommendations to engage in advocacy and education efforts that promote the consolidated positions of its members in national, regional and international bodies.
A written copy of the survey is available for download at www.sdrforum.org/pages/documentLibrary/documents/SDRF-07-RFI-0025-V0_0_4_Regulation_RFI.doc, and responses to the RFI can be made online at www.zoomerang.com/survey.zgi?p=WEB227E2UCRWEM.
Results of the RFI will be compiled into a summary report to be presented to members at the SDR Forum's April general meeting in Rome. For more information contact the SDR Forum online at www.sdrforum.org.