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Intersystem control is the coordination needed to let multiple radio systems make use of the same frequency band.
Intersystem control makes it possible to fill holes (white spaces) in a frequency band that is used by a certain system, through spectrum sharing with another system. The coordination process may involve the negotiation of many parameters:
Coordination can be provided by some central controller (e.g. a database) or in direct negotiation by the radio systems themselves.
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