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Anticipation builds as regional groups meet at CPM
Feb 18, 2019
by Manuel R. Marti

Administrations from around the world are this fortnight meeting in Geneva for the second and final session of the Conference Preparatory Meeting (CPM), in an effort to finalise their positions ahead of WRC-19. Read more...

CEPT drops support for key mmWave bands ahead of WRC-19
Oct 18, 2018
by Manuel R. Marti

European regulatory body CEPT has decided it will no longer support 32 GHz, 81-86 GHz or 71-76 GHz as 5G bands. Its backing for the 51 GHz band also remains unclear.  Read more...

FCC plan for 5G spectrum above 24 GHz branded too timid
Oct 28, 2015
by Dugie Standeford

Federal Communications Commission (FCC) plans to make spectrum above 24 GHz available for 5G prompted strong criticism from Republican commissioners and a former FCC official who say the regulator hasn't gone far enough. The satellite industry urged the regulator to protect its services in the bands, while the wireless sector… Read more...

Spectrum allocation issues continue to stir 5G debate
Oct 15, 2015
by Dugie Standeford

Questions about what the next generation of mobile services will look like and when they'll be commercially available are beginning to find answers, but spectrum remains one key challenge in making the 5G vision reality, speakers said at a 13-14 October conference in Copenhagen organised by the World Wireless Research… Read more...

Telecoms industry alliance to campaign for more 5G spectrum
Jun 30, 2015
by Dugie Standeford

The Next Generation Mobile Networks Alliance (NGMN), a global group of major telecoms providers and “co-operation partners” such as 5GPPP, the GSMA and ETSI, plans to push for more spectrum allocation as part of its 5G work programme. Read more...

UK regulator not targeting satellite or WiGig bands for 5G
Apr 28, 2015
by Toby Youell

Ofcom is not planning to target the satellite industry's core bands or WiGig frequencies for IMT-2020 identification at WRC-19. Read more...

UK spectrum leasing postponed until after election
Mar 03, 2010
by Michael Newlands

The proposed introduction of spectrum leasing is the latest Ofcom liberalisation proposal to be put on ice by the British government to the dismay of aspiring band managers. Read more...

Band manager buys spectrum in low-key UK auction
Mar 06, 2008
by Website author

Ofcom’s fourth radio spectrum auction went ahead quietly in February with a large amount of spectrum being sold for comparatively little money. Read more...

Satellite operators fear further UK liberalisation
May 25, 2007
by Website author

Industry fears that the UK’s plans for an important satellite frequency – due to be finalised in the next few weeks - could drive smaller operators out of the country Read more...