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Scrapping TV licence fees unlikely to affect UHF discussion
Aug 11, 2022
by Laura Sear

France has scrapped its TV licence fee but the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) says this is unlikely to have an impact on UHF region 1 discussions. Read more...

Norway offers free 3.8-4.2 GHz private network test licences for businesses
Aug 10, 2022
by Mirva Villa

Norway becomes the third European country to offer licences in the band for 5G verticals. So far, five industry players have been selected to test their own private networks. Read more...

Dutch regulator reorganises 3.5 GHz band
Aug 09, 2022
by Laura Sear

The band will be auctioned in the autumn with a temporary 80 MHz block reserved for satellite company Inmarsat. There will be a period of co-existence until Inmarsat relocates and the 5G pioneer band becomes fully accessible to mobile operators. Read more...

Pakistan 2.1 GHz
Aug 09, 2022
by Mirva Villa

Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) / The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Read more...

Lithuania 3.4 – 3.8 GHz
Aug 09, 2022
by Richard Haas

Communications Regulatory Authority (RRT) Read more...

3GPP finalises 5G standard for upper 6 GHz band
Aug 08, 2022
by Richard Haas

The news has been welcomed as a “step in the right direction” for a potential IMT identification of 6425—7125 MHz but this does not guarantee future commercial use. Read more...

Taiwanese consultation on draft rules for 5G verticals in 4.9 GHz
Aug 08, 2022
by Mirva Villa

The National Communications Commission (NCC) is consulting on the draft rules of its 5G private networks licencing regime in the 4.8-4.9 GHz band. You can find more information on the regulator's website here (in Chinese). The document is open for comments until September 27, 2022. Read more...

Canadian consultation on local licensing framework in 3.9 GHz, 26 GHz, 28 GHz and 38 GHz
Aug 08, 2022
by Mirva Villa

The Canadian regulator ISED has launched a consultation on establishing a local licensing framework in the 3.9 GHz band and mmWave bands. The aim is to make spectrum available for a broad range of users, including industry verticals. The regulator intends to assign spectrum in the 3900-3980 MHz band. Meanwhile,… Read more...

Trust in market mechanics—how spectrum policy differs in the US
Aug 05, 2022
by Richard Haas

US institutions and regulators have a deep trust in market mechanics and capitalism. The benefits of this can be debatable. The US spends nearly twice as much on healthcare as the average OECD country but has the lowest life expectancy compared to its peers. In the spectrum policy world, however,… Read more...