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UK regulator introduces new licensing approach for LEO satellites despite industry criticism
Jan 21, 2022 by Richard Haas

Ofcom argues that the new licensing conditions, which are designed to help prevent interference, will complement ITU regulations.

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German competition authority urges regulator to stick with spectrum auctions despite change in law
Jan 20, 2022 by Richard Haas

German competition advisory body the Monopolkommission has urged the German regulator to use spectrum auctions despite a recent change in the telecoms law that means they are no longer the first choice for licence awards.

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Europe’s approach to 3.8—4.2 GHz has big implications for the C-band
Jan 19, 2022 by Manuel R. Marti

The 3.8—4.2 GHz range is becoming a de facto verticals band in Europe. What does that mean for countries that had already assigned C-band spectrum for industrial use? 

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Can NTIA’s new boss end US government spectrum feuds?
Jan 18, 2022 by Dugie Standeford

Alan Davidson, whose nomination by President Joe Biden as National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) Administrator won Senate approval on 12 January, will now have to try to broker peace between his agency, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and other federal agencies.

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