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May 22, 2012
Pearle co-founder of new European Forum for Spectrum Coexistence
European consumer electronic producers, cable and satellite reception equipment industry, the live performance, content making manufacturers and cable operators are announcing today the formation of a forum aimed at preserving the coexistence between devices and services when new radio services are introduced. The European Forum for Spectrum Coexistence (EFSC) calls for EU spectrum policy to ensure that radio and non radio deployed equipments are taken into account when the introduction of new radio services threatens balance in the electromagnetic ecosystem.
As an end user of radio spectrum, Pearle has -since the development of the radio spectrum policy programme- called for a win-win situation for all stakeholders. The live performance needs access to spectrum to deliver in the best conditions quality performances, using wireless microphone applications. At the same time, being able to access potential audiences via new digital communication allows to create new business opportunities and reach out to niche publics.Back to overview