In the past decade, facilitating sharing has become an increasing important part of spectrum policy. Behind this is a growing belief that market mechanisms alone will fail to deliver the full social benefits of wireless communications.
But implementing this in practice is following a range of national and technological pathways which we examine in our new Spectrum Sharing Dossier. Topics include:
- How sharing has developed from its roots in the ITU Radio Regulations
- Frameworks for licensed sharing such as CBRS and LSA
- Should 6 GHz be used for licensed or unlicensed services?
- The role of Dynamic spectrum sharing (DSS)
- National approaches to sharing
- Sharing and 5G verticals