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ThinkMind // COCORA 2017, The Seventh International Conference on Advances in Cognitive Radio // View article cocora_2017_1_10_80003


Analysis of Sharing Economy Antecedents for Recent Spectrum Sharing Concepts

Authors:
Seppo Yrjölä
Marja Matinmikko
Miia Mustonen
Petri Ahokangas

Keywords: business model; Citizens Broadband Radio Service; cognitive radio; sharing economy; spectrum management; Lisensed Shared Access; TV White Space

Abstract:
The exponential growth of wireless services with diversity of devices and applications depending on connectivity has inspired the research community to come up with novel concepts to improve the efficiency of spectrum use. Recently, several spectrum sharing system concepts have been introduced and widely researched to cope with spectrum scarcity, though, to date, only a few have reached the policy and standardization phase. Moreover, only a subset of these concepts has gained industry interest with pre-commercial deployments and lucrative business model characteristics. This paper analyzes sharing economy business antecedent factors of the three topical regulatory approaches for spectrum sharing: global TV White Space (TVWS), Licensed Shared Access (LSA) from Europe, and Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) from the US. A comparison is made between these concepts to identify similarities and differences for developing a successful scalable sharing concept. Key factors for a sharing economy enabled scalable business model are introduced including platform, reduced need for the ownership, leverage of underutilized assets, adaptability to different policy regimes, trust, and value orientation. The results indicate that all analyzed sharing concepts meet basic requirements to scale, TVWS radically lowering entry barrier, LSA leveraging key existing assets and capabilities of mobile network operators, and CBRS extending the business model dynamics. The Sharing Economy provides a dynamic framework for analyzing and developing the spectrum sharing business models.

Pages: 1 to 10

Copyright: Copyright (c) IARIA, 2017

Publication date: April 23, 2017

Published in: conference

ISSN: 2308-4251

ISBN: 978-1-61208-551-7

Location: Venice, Italy

Dates: from April 23, 2017 to April 27, 2017

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