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Outlook for 2006: hopes pinned on a draft standard early in the year
Jan 11, 2006
by Website author

Some progress but interference remains a concern Read more...

Outlook for 2006: 2.5-2.69 GHz
Jan 10, 2006
by Website author

Billions of euros have been invested and all the biggest players are involved so 2.5-2.69 GHz is the biggest test yet for Europe’s liberalizers - a touchstone for technology neutrality. Read more...

Outlook for 2006: WAPECS
Jan 10, 2006
by Website author

The theoretical concepts behind WAPECS are being exposed to real life problems Read more...

Outlook for 2006: a market opportunity opens
Jan 10, 2006
by Website author

2005 has seen Europe’s first agreement on a draft standard for UWB Read more...

Outlook for 2006: a strategy for growth
Jan 10, 2006
by Website author

The European satellite industry is seeking the same regulatory freedom as its US counterpart Read more...

Outlook for 2006: broadcast spectrum
Jan 09, 2006
by Website author

Allocating the digital dividend is becoming a battleground rather than a distant dream as RRC 06 approaches and the market begins to see the possibilities offered by pan-European mobile services. Read more...

UK regulator makes spectrum a priority
Jan 09, 2006
by Website author

Ofcom has made releasing and liberalising spectrum one of its nine priorities for 2006 outlined in its Annual Plan. The first public meeting to discuss the Annual Plan is being held in London on Thurday 12 January. Read more...

The big issues for 2006
Jan 06, 2006
by Website author

PolicyTracker predicts the year will be dominated by RRC-06; the decision on technology neutrality in 2.5 GHz and the review of the Communciations Framework Directive. Read more...

Outlook for 2006: spectrum liberalisation
Jan 06, 2006
by Website author

A commitment to some form of liberalisation has moved from aberration to orthodoxy among Europe’s regulators Read more...

German regulator invites applications for broadband wireless licences
Dec 22, 2005
by Website author

The Federal Network Agency is offering licences in the 3400 to 3600 MHz band on a technology neutral basis, a move it is hailing as a “further step in achieving flexible spectrum management.” Read more...

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