ICT Infrastructural development in the developing world
by LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
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This is one of the powerful books specifically written for the developing world to assist such economies in the proliferation of ICT services in the rural, underserved areas where most ICT investors are not interested in investing because of low ARPU. It has captured a good number of interventions starting from Spectrum economics where Spectrum valuation and Pricing are key enablers in as far as CAPEX and OPEX is involved in respect of Wireless networks . It has further highlighted the importance of Research and development with a specific focus on designing low cost network elements like antennas and this has been done in an effort to ensure that initial CAPEX for wireless networks is reduced thereby bridging the digital divide in the developing economies. The book has further discussed best practices in network management with an in depth discussion on technical and financial aspects.
Jonathan is a PhD student with University of Johannesburg. He holds an MSc degree in Wireless Communication Systems with Distinction from Oxford Brookes University in UK and an MBA.He has got 17 years of high level experience in the Telecommunications Industry having worked with TNM, Airtel and now MACRA as Deputy Director of Spectrum Management.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
January 5, 2017
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.012 m; 0.349 kg