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Auctions: what are they good for?
May 25, 2022
by Toby Youell

The usefulness of auctions is a perennial problem in spectrum management. This question emerged in last week's book launch for The Debates Shaping Spectrum Policy, and in a new country profile now available for Spectrum Research Service subscribers. Everyone seems to agree that auctions are good at revealing how much… Read more...

Estonia 3.6 GHz
May 24, 2022
by Toby Youell

Consumer Protection and Technical Surveillance Authority (TTJA) Read more...

New country profiles reveal focus on 5G
May 19, 2022
by Toby Youell

What is the point of spectrum policy? Ask two spectrum managers and you will probably receive three answers. In four countries newly profiled by PolicyTracker the answer is clear: 5G. In Australia, China, Japan, and South Korea, the authorities appear to regulate spectrum with a clear focus on enabling the… Read more...

Greece 400 MHz
May 17, 2022
by Toby Youell

Hellenic Telecommunications and Post Commission (EETT) Read more...

Sweden 1.5 GHz
May 17, 2022
by Toby Youell

Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) Read more...

Sweden 26 GHz
May 17, 2022
by Toby Youell

Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) Read more...

Netherlands 3.5 GHz
May 17, 2022
by Toby Youell

Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Read more...

New country profiles offer background to India’s mega auction
May 11, 2022
by Toby Youell

As reported this week, India is preparing to hold a mega auction of up to 104,000 MHz of spectrum across its 22 service areas, the equivalent of over 4,700 MHz of spectrum nationwide. Aside from the quantity of spectrum available, the auction is also notable for its diversity of spectrum… Read more...

Slovakia 3440 – 3800 MHz
May 10, 2022
by Toby Youell

Telecommunications Office of the Slovak Republic (TU SR) Read more...

Which bands are being made available for private networks?
May 05, 2022
by Toby Youell

Globally, similar factors are drive growing interest in private networks. Industry and/or local communities are looking to benefit from wireless technology, and telecom companies are increasingly well-equipped to help them do so. But while the factors driving growth in private networks may be harmonised, the available spectrum is not. According… Read more...