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The pace of growth of licence-exempt devices is set to continue. DECT phones, car key-fobs, baby monitors, garage-door openers, wireless headsets, WLANs in home and offices, wireless alarms, anti-theft systems, RFID chips: are all examples of license-exempt devices. From the point of view of a spectrum regulator there are broadly two reasons why devices might be exempted from licensing. The first reason is the economic benefits of the exempted user are greater than those of alternative licensed use. The second reason is if the demand for spectrum in a given frequency band is less than the supply. The rules for management of licence-exempt devices are discussed in this paper

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Communications Engineer  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 2 )