WAPECSWireless Access Policy for Electronic Communications Services (European Commission)
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Unbridled faith in market forces must be informed by experience; otherwise we will be proceeding on the mere belief that the market will somehow magically 'work.' The WAPECS proposal can be evaluated in the light of the points discussed above.
The RSPG identified the following five constraints that member states may have which will limit the potential for WAPECS use.
Structuring scarcity with respect to spectrum will be crucial to the success of the WAPECS proposal.
Once common frequency ranges are identified (a Herculean task in itself), a strategy will be needed to facilitate transition into the WAPECS framework.
This being the case, some measure of central co-ordination will almost certainly be necessary so that the uniform deployment of WAPECS can take place.
There will also be a need to consider structured approaches to the enforcement of WAPECS spectrum (viz., conflicts over scarcity).
Beyond the development of homogenized legal and regulatory regimes, the WAPECS proposal must make sense to business interests, since public interest spectrum users are unlikely to push for change in favour of EU administered spectrum.