"Bekendtgørelse nr. 142 om det frekvenspolitiske rammemandat" (Executive order number 142 on a radio frequency policy mandate), adopted 3 March 2004, in Danish. This transposes EU Directives 2002/20/EC and 2002/21/EC with regard to radio frequencies, setting a policy framework for the National IT and Telecommunications Agency. A brief summary of Denmark's strategy for regulating short range devices and wireless local networks is on page 4.
"More WiFi Access in Denmark," press release via NewsLib. 3 October 2006: "Denmark's Sonofon is offering its mobile customers access to 500 new hot spots at, among other places, hotels and airports across the country. Customers will also have access at hotspots in Sweden, Norway, Germany and UK..."
Djursland International Institute of Rural Wireless Broadband: The goal is, amongst many things, to establish: Training in organisation and establishment of wireless networks, both for rural landscapes but also for towns all over the world. Using the experiences gained in building and establishing The Djurslands.net..."
The Centre for Software Defined Radio at Aalborg University, founded in 2006: "Being funded as a Regional Technology Centre, CSDR's main objective is to bridge the gap between research environments and industrial sites, in particular Danish SMEs' potential for adopting new technologies, methods, and processes as related to SDR."