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Use case for Licensed Shared Access (LSA) in LTE

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Do anybody know the use case for LSA ? Has any operator/country deployed it ?

posted Sep 23, 2015 by Shivananda Gavalkar S

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What is Licensed Shared Access (LSA) concept
LSA concept aims at allowing new licensed users on spectrum bands that already encompass incumbent spectrum users with spectrum sharing that provides a certain quality of service for both the entrants and the incumbents.
* Incumbent defines the part of the spectrum, license duration and area that is available.
* License sharing agreement is set between incumbent and LSA Licensee.
* Spectrum regulator issues the license to LSA Licensee.
* Incumbent can reclaim the spectrum back on demand for own business -> “dynamic” behavior

So in short LSA is a concept by which two operator can share the supply of spectrum based on need and maximize the use of spectrum.

Now coming to the point,
As far as I know LSA is more legal restriction by law then a technological challenge and I think only Europe has some policy around it called "shared use of Europe's radio spectrum" but does not seems that there is any installation.

answer Sep 23, 2015 by Salil Agrawal
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