Blog
Wheeler’s plea to mobile industry: put your money where your mouth is
Sep 24, 2014
by PolicyTracker

They say that what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but one of the key messages from the CTIA's "Super Mobility Week” came through loud and clear: employing lobbyists will only earn a company spectrum if it is also willing to spend money. Read more...

Editorial: time to open up ITU-R meetings?
Aug 15, 2014
by Martin Sims

Our recent article on the JTG meeting sparked a debate in the PolicyTracker office: is the ITU-R decision-making process too secretive? Read more...

Tele2 leaves Norwegian market following spectrum auction
Jul 14, 2014
by PolicyTracker

Norway is now a two-player mobile market - for the time being at least Read more...

Another one bites the dust…
Jun 19, 2014
by PolicyTracker

Belgium will not be getting a fourth 3G operator after all. Read more...

700 MHz: the UK’s worst kept secret is finally out
May 28, 2014
by PolicyTracker

Ofcom intends to reallocate the 700 MHz band for mobile broadband. Read more...

A bumpy road ahead for spectrum sharing
May 22, 2014
by PolicyTracker

While many engineers and academics in the spectrum field believe that some form of spectrum sharing is the only way to meet future requirements, not everyone is always convinced. Read more...

Extending mobile licences: a bird in the hand…
May 21, 2014
by Martin Sims

“A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush,” says the old English proverb. To put it less elegantly, this means a certain benefit is better than a greater benefit with an element of uncertainty. Read more...