GTI officially released LSA White Paper on October 9th, 2014.
To meet the requirements on more spectrum, GTI sees exclusive spectrum access remaining the basis for IMT. But spectrum sharing techniques can be used to optimize spectrum utilization and, more importantly, to provide opportunities for operators to access additional spectrum, which is typically allocated to other radio services and thus not available via traditional exclusive licensing. Licensed Shared Access (LSA), also known as Authorized Shared Access (ASA), is a new regulatory concept that allows license holders (incumbents) to share spectrum with other service providers, under well-defined conditions and provide predictable quality of service. The purpose of LSA is not to replace the traditional exclusive access. LSA would enable the sharing of spectrum with non MNOs incumbents, such as 2.3GHz in Europe and 3.5GHz in U.S.
GTI Officially Publish LSA White Paper: