Spectrum sharing has seen intense policy activity in recent years and is unusual because approaches tend to be more country-specific than in most areas of spectrum policy. In this spectrum sharing webinar we examine some of those national approaches with a panel of expert speakers:
- Martha Suarez, President of the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance
- Philip Marnick, Ofcom Spectrum Group Director, UK
- Dave Wright, President of the CBRS Alliance, USA
- Jameson Dempsey, Government Affairs Counsel, Loon, USA
- Patrick Van Niftrik, EMEA Satellite Operator’s Association
The webinar will focus on three key topics:
- The Citizens Broadband Radio Service in 3.5 GHz
This is launching in the US, but could it work elsewhere?
- UK: Sharing in existing mobile bands
Ofcom is taking a unique approach, sharing in several mobile bands: 3.8-4.2 MHz, 1800 MHz and 2300 MHz, and part of 26 GHz. Why have they chosen this policy?
- Sharing in the mmWave bands.
As mmWave is released for 5G regulators are debating how best to share these low-propagation bands, both with other terrestrial operators and HAPS companies like Loon.
The National approaches to Spectrum Sharing webinar starts at 3 pm BST (4 pm CET; 10 am EDT) on Wed 17 June. Register here!
We will be holding a further webinar to discuss spectrum sharing in 6 GHz on July 15. More details on that to follow.