PolicyTracker Spectrum Handbook: the WRC-19 update
Mar 18, 2020 by PolicyTracker

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Tags4G, 4G and 5G Spectrum Guide, 5G, Satellite, Spectrum Handbook, WRC-23

Now in its fifth edition the PolicyTracker Spectrum Handbook is the leading resource for sector professionals seeking to understand the current status and future directions in mobile, satellite and unlicensed spectrum.

The 222 page report is based on wide-ranging interviews with key industry professionals from vendors, operators, OTT players, national regulators, the ITU and regional ITU bodies. It has been comprehensively updated to take account of WRC-19.

The Spectrum Handbook draws on authoritative data from the PolicyTracker Spectrum Database of over 4000 licences worldwide and the daily monitoring of spectrum issues in the PolicyTracker newsletter.

As we implement the results of WRC-19 and start working on WRC-23  this is an indispensable reference for spectrum professionals. Find out more by downloading our sample pages

Key benefits:

  • A detailed briefing on all the crucial 4G and 5G bands
  • Thorough analysis of the implications of WRC-19
  • Concise overview of priorities for all the leading players:
    • Mobile vendors and operators,
    • OTT companies
    • Satellite industry
    • National regulators
  • Summary of spectrum policy in the 13 largest economies
  • Gives the background needed for international negotiations
  • Instant access to authoritative statistics
  • 96 graphs and charts

The report is priced at GBP £2000 + VAT (if applicable) for a single user and you can get organisation-wide access as part of our Spectrum Research Service.

Ordering takes only a few moments using this online form.

Formerly called the 4G and 5G Spectrum Guide, the PolicyTracker Spectrum Handbook has a new name to reflect its wider coverage. As well as mobile, our Spectrum Handbook now covers the satellite industry, OTT players and unlicensed spectrum. It is difficult to understand spectrum policy in any of these sectors in isolation, hence the expanded brief.