More about "2.6 GHz"
Interest survey and consultation regarding licensing in 1900-1905 and 2500-2690 MHz
Dec 17, 2015
by PolicyTracker

PTS intends to award these licenses in spring 2008 and wants to provide stakeholders with an opportunity to notify their interest. It is also seeking views about the approach to licensing these bands to help in designing a potential auction. Read more...

Public consultations on draft auction rules for 2500-2690 GHz band and 1900-1905 MHz
Dec 17, 2015
by PolicyTracker

PTS, the Swedish regulator, intends to auction both bands in the first half of 2008 and is inviting comments on how to conduct the auctions. • The 2.6 GHz licenses will be national and intended for wireless broadband services on a service neutral and technology neutral basis (within certain limitations).… Read more...

Spectrum Usage Rights: further information
Dec 17, 2015
by PolicyTracker

In the April 2006 consultation on Spectrum Usage Rights (SURs) and in further details about SURs contained within the L-Band and 2.6GHz consultations some stakeholders said Ofcom hadn't addressed legal and other issues concerning the framework under which SURs would be applied. This document seeks to clarify that framework and… Read more...

Frequency assignments in 2010 – 2020MHz and 2500 – 2690MHz as well as future use of 900/1800MHz
Dec 17, 2015
by PolicyTracker

The consultation asks a series of questions about the usage of these bands and the technical conditions which should be applied. Read more...

Compatibility between GSM equipment on board aircraft and terrestrial networks using 2.6 GHz
Dec 17, 2015
by PolicyTracker

ECC Report 93 agreed in 2006 looked at compatability between in flight GSM and terrestrial services in the following bands GSM900, GSM1800, UMTS900, UMTS1800, UMTS in the 2 GHz FDD core-band and CDMA-450/FLASH-OFDM at around 450 MHz. Given the impending deployment of cellular networks in 2.6 GHz in Europe, CEPT… Read more...

Annual licence fees for 900 MHz and 1800 MHz spectrum
Dec 17, 2015
by PolicyTracker

November 18, 2013 Ofcom has announced that the deadline for receipt of responses has been pushed back from December 19 to January 16, 2014. Ofcom said the delay was "in response to a stakeholder request to have more time to consider the proposals." October 11, 2013 The UK telecoms regulator… Read more...