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Title: 無線電頻率指配模式與頻率拍賣制度之研究
The Models of Allotting Spectrums and the Spectrum License Auction
Authors: 國立臺灣師範大學大眾傳播研究所
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2005
Publisher: 國立政治大學新聞系
Abstract: 本研究旨在:(一)檢討當前頻率指配政策之問題;(二)評析各類頻率指配制度之優缺點;(三)探討頻率拍賣制在我國之適用性;以及(四)建構頻率指配政策之基本規範原則。本研究運用德惠調查法,輔以焦點團體訪談統整學者專家與官員等對於頻率指配模式與頻率拍賣制度兩大研究議題的意見。根據研究結果,本研究建議:(一)頻率指配應兼顧頻率之經濟與社會價值,即使基於經濟考量進行頻率拍賣,亦不應忽略其為公共資源之本質;(二)頻率使用若以公共利益或非營利目的為前提,則應設計不同於商用頻率之配套措施;以及(三)針對營利用途之頻率,拍賣制雖然可行,但為避免其流弊,應與其他模式結合,例如審查制,即修正式拍賣制。
The 20th century has become a wireless era because of the advents in technologies of spectrum digitalization, compression and re-uses. Recently, however, most countries in the world have been aware that wireless sources will become limited. This prompted them to seek optimum solutions to manage and allot radio spectrums more reasonably and efficiently. In spite of the demand for more radio spectrums, Taiwan has not yet had a reliable system to fulfill the call. This study first examines the advantages and disadvantages of various spectrum allotment models. It then employs the Delphi method and focus group discussions to propose an ideal allotment model for Taiwan. Based on the findings, the study suggests that the spectrum regulatory agency should have a balanced consideration between the economic and social values of a spectrum. In addition, the study recommends an ideal model of mixing the administrative process (like a beauty contest) and the auction for allotting spectrum in Taiwan.
ISSN: 1016-1007
Other Identifiers: ntnulib_tp_H0903_01_049
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