More about "40 GHz"
US completes world’s first auction of the 40 and 47 GHz bands
Mar 11, 2020
by Toby Youell

The US regulator has sold all but two of the over 14,000 licences it made available in the 37.6—40 GHz and 47.2—48.2 GHz bands. Read more...

GSMA issues 5G spectrum warning a year before WRC-19
Nov 28, 2018
by Manuel R. Marti

The mobile industry association says legislators are not keeping up with the spectrum requirements of mobile network operators (MNOs). It claims that with less than a year to go to the next World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-19), this means the future of 5G could be in doubt.  Read more...

Africa backs 26 GHz, 40 GHz for 5G
Sep 19, 2017
by Dugie Standeford

The unanimous ATU (African Telecommunications Union) decision on 26 GHz at its 11-15 September meeting was broadly expected, said Ross Bateson, an advisor for mobile industry group the GSM Association. 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...

US firm sees straight path to profit at 28 GHz and 39 GHz
Mar 25, 2015
by Toby Youell

A company whose main assets are spectrum and intellectual property is funding research into millimetre waves (mmWaves) in the hope of developing an infrastructure ecosystem based on the spectrum it owns. 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...

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...