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Verizon, Qualcomm and Ericsson are seeking approval from the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to field-trial spectrum sharing technology in the 3550-3650 MHz band.
South Africa's failure to set rules for secondary spectrum trading could affect proposed deals involving four of South Africa's major mobile providers and anger smaller players, according to one telecoms consultant.
A UK company that provides core technology for 60 GHz backhaul solutions for small cells has told PolicyTracker that legislation is making their solutions much more expensive to implement in Europe than in the US.
The Colombian government and its independent spectrum regulator have jointly published a report identifying 1440 MHz of spectrum that could be used for IMT.
BBC tests live UHDTV on both DTT and IP platforms at global sporting event.
Rules for TV white space (TVWS) operations approved by Singapore's Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) will open up around 180 MHz of spectrum, potentially helping to turn the state into a TVWS testing and development hub.
A study presented at a European Commission workshop on broadband/broadcast convergence tentatively concludes that an economic and technical case has yet to be made for such convergence in the UHF bands.
A new study of spectrum policy in France advocates the use of licensed shared access (LSA) in the 2.3 GHz band and the appointment of a "spectrum commissioner".
Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) encoding could allow radars and communication services to share the same radio waves, according to Friedrich Jondral of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. This would enable mesh networks on radar spectrum.
US federal agencies have until May 2015 to reveal their actual use of a total of 960 MHz of spectrum, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) said in its latest report on the government's plan to free up 500 MHz of federal and non-federal spectrum for wireless broadband by 2020.
The European Commission has approved Telefonica Deutschland's proposed takeover of KPN's German subsidiary E-Plus.
The 470-694 MHz band is likely to be used for downstream distribution of audiovisual content well into the future, the Electronic Communications Committee (ECC) said in a draft report published on 1 July.
A year after a controversial auction, the authorities reflect on Australia's regulatory framework.