More about "China"
6G policy planning
Oct 27, 2021
by Dianne Northfield

Many 5G policy visions are described as piecemeal, uncoordinated and lacking in actionable measures. 6G policy planning is different. In learning from the past, a number of nations are moving to frame more integrated and comprehensive strategies drawing on a diverse range of stakeholders and leveraging cross-border partnerships. Read more...

6G global standards and fragmentation risks
Oct 27, 2021
by Dianne Northfield

As the world looks beyond 5G to 6G, standards development activities are spread across a large number of organisations. 6G technology is underpinned by geo-political tensions and there are growing concerns around standards fragmentation prompting calls for tighter integration and coordination between international, regional and national standards bodies. Read more...

6G R&D
Oct 27, 2021
by Dianne Northfield

Over the last 12-to-18 months there has been a significant uptake of B5G and 6G R&D initiatives across scores of nations, along with a growing pool of regional and cross-country collaborations. Many of these initiatives involve diverse stakeholder participation and long-term funding models focused on building broad 6G ecosystems. Read more...

China
Jun 14, 2021
by Richard Handford

An increase to competition in the mobile market and maximising the rollout speed of 5G are driving China’s spectrum policy Read more...

China Mobile
Mar 18, 2021
by Dugie Standeford

Granted a 5G commercial licence in June 2019, China Mobile is now focused on strengthening and updating its existing businesses, exploring new growth areas and adding value to mobile customer services through such things as smart home operations (5G+). As of June 2020, it had 947 million mobile customers, with… Read more...

Unmanned aircraft systems: Traffic management systems and their spectrum requirements
Nov 25, 2020
by Dianne Northfield

The proliferation of a diverse range of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), particularly those operating at low-altitude, is challenging traditional air traffic management systems where traditional airspace classifications and rules of flight do not map to drone operations. Read more...

Comparing the frameworks for licensed spectrum sharing
Aug 13, 2020
by Dianne Northfield

What approaches are different countries taking? How does CBRS in the US differ from LSA in Europe? What other methods are being adopted? Are some frameworks for licensed spectrum sharing particularly suited to 5G? Read more...

WRC-19 decisions build momentum around licensed 6 GHz spectrum
Mar 04, 2020
by Dianne Northfield

WRC-19 directs WRC-23 to consider an IMT identification for 6425-7025 MHz in Region 1 and 7025-7125 MHz globally. This decision once again pits cellular 3GPP proponents strongly against their IEEE focused Wi-Fi counterparts and it will be the subject of intensive debate and lobbying over the next 4 years. Read more...

China (2020)
Dec 08, 2019
by Richard Handford

China has a tightly organised, top-down approach to spectrum in which the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) uses the allocation of radio frequencies as a tool to engineer the marketplace Read more...

China Mobile (2020)
Dec 07, 2019
by Dugie Standeford

Granted a 5G commercial licence in June 2019, China Mobile is now pushing to speed development of 5G services in its highly competitive home market. As of August 2019, it had 935 million mobile customers, with 734 million on 4G. Read more...