More about "2.6 GHz"
ICASA to reclaim temporary spectrum licenses but auction still on hold
Sep 13, 2021
by Dugie Standeford

Other administrations that made spectrum available during the pandemic are also preparing to reclaim it for auction. Read more...

Australian operators sell one another spectrum
Aug 12, 2021
by Richard Handford

Wireless wholesaler Dense Air has sold its 3.6 GHz holdings in Australia to local mobile network operator TPG Telecom and acquired TPG’s 2.6 GHz frequencies. Read more...

China wants action on 700 MHz rollout and plans for mmWave spectrum
Jul 27, 2021
by Richard Handford

China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has backed a range of measures to ensure enough spectrum will be available to meet an ambitious 5G growth target over the next two years. Read more...

Romanian regulator unveils draft terms for 5G spectrum auction
Jul 14, 2021
by Jaroslaw Adamowski

Romanian regulator Ancom has unveiled the draft terms for the country’s highly anticipated 5G auction of spectrum in the 800 MHz, 2.6 GHz and 3.3—3.8 GHz bands. Read more...

Déjà vu for Malaysia with 900 MHz direct award
Jun 28, 2021
by Richard Handford

The country’s minister of communications and multimedia has awarded 2 x 5 MHz in the 900 MHz band directly to local company Altel without an open tender—a year after making an identical decision, which was later revoked. Read more...

Irish auction hit with legal action over spectrum caps
Mar 25, 2021
by Manuel R. Marti

Three Ireland has launched a legal challenge to the country's planned auction of 700 MHz, 2.1 GHz, 2.3 GHz and 2.6 GHz spectrum. Read more...

South African regulator and mobile operator mull settlement after court halts auction
Mar 24, 2021
by Dugie Standeford

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) and one of the country's mobile operators, Telkom, said they were open to settlement talks after the High Court blocked an auction of 5G spectrum and tender process for a wireless open-access network (WOAN). Read more...

Indonesia eases spectrum shortage with 2.3 GHz sale
Dec 21, 2020
by Richard Handford

Indonesia completed its first spectrum auction in over three years, but some might say that the recent dissolution of the country's regulator is a more significant development. Read more...

Ofcom approves what could be first voluntary mobile spectrum trade in Europe
Nov 13, 2020
by Dugie Standeford

UK regulator Ofcom has approved a trade of unpaired 2.6 GHz spectrum from mobile operator EE to Telefonica (O2). The voluntary transfer could be the first of its kind in Europe. Read more...

Were uneven Israeli 5G auction prices due to CCA format?
Oct 12, 2020
by Dugie Standeford

It's not clear why the prices in Israel's 700 MHz, 2.6 GHz and 3.5 GHz auction were noticeably asymmetric, but it could be due to the differing values of spectrum lots or the use of the combinatorial clock auction (CCA) format. Read more...