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Vendor profiles update: a wide range of 6 GHz views
Jun 10, 2021
by Toby Youell

The ITU-R's Director, Mario Maniewicz, channeled the spirit of former US President John F Kennedy at the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance's Global Summit this week. "Ask not what spectrum and satellite orbits can do for you, but what you can do for spectrum and satellite orbits", he told delegates. His hope… Read more...

How much are the new 5G bands worth?

There has been much discussion of what 5G will be able to do; how countries can become leaders in the field; and which bands should be used for the technology. But there has been little discussion of the value of the frequencies above 3 GHz where 5G can demonstrate its… Read more...

Analysis of this year’s major spectrum auctions

Beginning with the United States' 600 MHz incentive auction this week, we will be analysing the results and consequences of this years significant spectrum auctions. In the coming weeks we will be examining Ireland's 3.5 GHz auction as well as taking a more general look at auctions in the 700 MHz band.… Read more...

Mobile in C-band: a long battle ahead

Only the 3.4 - 3.6 GHz and 3.6 - 3.7 GHz frequencies have been harmonised for mobile use at ITU level but there is growing support among  vendors and operators to see 4G and future 5G services in  3.4 - 4.2 GHz.   Regulators in Europe plan to allocate 3.4-3.8 GHz… Read more...

5.1 – 5.9 GHz: regulators are extending this band independently of the ITU

The 5.1 - 5.9 GHz Band is a key Wi-Fi band that is also used for unlicensed LTE technologies.  Although discussion on extending the band is on the agenda for  WRC-19,  several major regulators are already adding more spectrum to the 5.1 - 5.9 GHz Band. The major players in the… Read more...

Will CBRS handicap 5G leadership ambitions in the US?
Sep 22, 2017
by Kane Mumford

If Europe can overcome its fragmentation issues at 3.4-3.8 GHz, it will have more suitable 5G spectrum in this band than the US, which is adopting the innovative CBRS approach. Read more...