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Telecoms sector is slowly starting to address climate change
Sep 18, 2019
by Manuel R. Marti

While big telecoms players seem committed to reducing their carbon footprint, the sector’s energy bill is only set to increase as demand for and consumption of mobile data keeps growing.  Read more...

Six key trends in current mobile bands
Sep 18, 2019
by Toby Youell

Radio spectrum policy is often discussed in the context of "winning" the race to 5G, or at least ensuring that consumers will not end up losing out on some of its promised benefits. But 4G and 2G services, and to a lesser extent 3G services, continue to deliver substantial benefits… Read more...

Dutch consultation on draft update to National Frequency Plan for 700 MHz repurposing
Sep 18, 2019
by Toby Youell

The Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate has issued draft changes to its National Frequency Plan for a public consultation. The draft changes take into account the government's intention to make the 700 MHz band available for mobile services in Q2 2020. It adds mobile services to the band… Read more...

Netherlands 700 MHz, 1400 MHz, 2.1 GHz
Sep 17, 2019
by admin_pt

Ministry of Economic Affairs (MEA) Read more...

Japan’s Rakuten delays full commercial launch
Sep 16, 2019
by Richard Handford

Rakuten Mobile was expected to disrupt Japan's mobile market in the manner of India’s Reliance Jio but has found deploying a 4G network hard going.  Read more...

Hungary 700 MHz, 2.1 GHz, 2.6 GHz, and 3.6 GHz
Sep 16, 2019
by admin_pt

National Media and Info Communications Authority (NMHH) Read more...

Asia’s hard-fought FDD vs TDD debate
Sep 13, 2019
by Richard Handford

The discussion among regulators about which band plan to adopt for 2.6 GHz is acquiring an additional resonance in Asia as the band emerges as a potential favourite for 5G in the region.  Read more...

Bulgaria 700 MHz and 26 GHz
Sep 13, 2019
by admin_pt

Communications Regulation Commission (CRC) Read more...