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Sweden opens up local licensing in 3.7 GHz and 26 GHz bands
Dec 02, 2021
by Richard Haas

Swedish regulator PTS is now accepting applications for local licences in the 3760—3800 MHz and 24.25—25.1 GHz bands. Read more...

Afghan spectrum policy unlikely to change soon under the Taliban
Dec 01, 2021
by Dugie Standeford

It's business as usual so far at the Afghanistan Telecom Regulatory Authority apart from the agency no longer being independent. Read more...

Romanian 5G spectrum auction falls short of regulator’s expectations
Nov 30, 2021
by Jaroslaw Adamowski

Only two companies placed bids for spectrum, as three operators seem to be waiting for next year’s auction. Read more...

Belgium offshore 700 MHz and 800 MHz
Nov 30, 2021
by Richard Haas

The Belgian regulator BIPT (Belgian Insititute for Postal Services and Telecommunications) has announced that it has awarded frequencies in the 700 MHz and 800 MHz bands to four operators in the North Sea. These licenses were granted to Citymesh, Isea, eBO-Enterprises and Tampnet, and will be used to support maintenance… Read more...

Singapore 2.1 GHz
Nov 30, 2021
by Toby Youell

Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) Read more...

South Africa 700 MHz, 800 MHz, 2.3 GHz, 2.6 GHz, 3.5 GHz
Nov 30, 2021
by PolicyTracker

Independent Communications Authority South Africa (ICASA) Read more...

Malta 1800 MHz and 2.6 GHz
Nov 30, 2021
by Toby Youell

Malta Communications Authority (MCA) Read more...

North Macedonia 700 MHz, 3.6 GHz, and 26 GHz
Nov 30, 2021
by Toby Youell

Agency for Electronic Communication (AEK) Read more...

Norway offshore 700 MHz and 900 MHz
Nov 29, 2021
by Toby Youell

Norwegian Communications Authority (Nkom) Read more...

Mobile industry association launches project to accelerate 5G mmWave technology
Nov 29, 2021
by Dugie Standeford

As the world emerges from COVID-19, there's never been a better time to unlock the potential of 5G mmWave technology, says the GSMA of its newly launched "accelerator initiative." Read more...