More about "10-10.5 GHz"
OTT players overview
Apr 09, 2020
by PolicyTracker

OTT players depend on cheap and ubiquitous broadband access. They promote this by campaigning for unlicensed spectrum, sharing and innovative technologies which stimulate competition or connect the developing world. Read more...

Vendor Overview
Mar 16, 2020
by Dianne Northfield

In addition to identifying the importance of sub-1 GHz and mid-band 3.5 GHz spectrum, vendors consider that initial 5G deployments using mmWave spectrum will focus on 26 GHz and 28 GHz, followed by 40 GHz. There is more variance in vendor positions on licensed or license-exempt 5 GHz, 6 GHz… Read more...

Apple
Mar 05, 2020
by Dianne Northfield

Apple supports policies that facilitate the more effective use of existing spectrum and flexible licensing frameworks, including spectrum sharing, that encourage investment and innovation. Apple is a strong proponent of more balanced spectrum policies that identify and allocate new unlicensed spectrum resources. Read more...

Ericsson
Jan 31, 2020
by Dianne Northfield

Ericsson considers that existing mobile spectrum like C-Band and 26 GHz will be in high demand for 5G networks in the first instance, along with 28 GHz. Ericsson also supports IMT identification for 37-43.5 GHz and 66-7 GHz spectrum. Ericsson is a strong proponent of the licensing of spectrum on… Read more...

Facebook
Jan 30, 2020
by Dianne Northfield

Facebook is interested in a broad range of spectrum resource for a wide variety of use cases. WRC-19 allocated additional mmWave spectrum for High Altitude Platform stations (HAPS), a decision championed by Facebook. Facebook does not support WRC-19’s IMT identification for 66-71 GHz or WRC-23’s consideration of IMT identification for… Read more...