Tag: ESOA
Webinar: National Approaches to Spectrum Sharing (17 June)
Jun 02, 2020
by Dugie Standeford

Spectrum sharing has seen intense policy activity in recent years and is unusual because approaches tend to be more country-specific than in most areas of spectrum policy. In this spectrum sharing webinar we examine some of those national approaches with a panel of expert speakers: Martha Suarez, President of the… Read more...

Webinar: National Approaches to Spectrum Sharing (17 June)
May 03, 2020
by PolicyTracker

Spectrum sharing has seen intense policy activity in recent years and is unusual because approaches tend to be more country-specific than in most areas of spectrum policy. In this spectrum sharing webinar we examine some of those national approaches with an expert panel of speakers: Martha Suarez, President of the… Read more...

Spectrum’s economic value part 1: what do we know?
Sep 07, 2018
by Dianne Northfield

The major studies of spectrum's economic worth were conducted several years ago. Do they need to be updated in the light of recent trends, asks Dianne Northfield. In the first of two articles she assesses what recent research tells us. Read more...

Mobile and satellite industries disagree on potential 37–43.5 GHz 5G tuning range
May 28, 2018
by Toby Youell

These frequencies could all use the same equipment (unlike frequencies at 24.25–29.5 GHz) and they are all are on the WRC-19 agenda for potential identification for IMT in the Radio Regulations. Read more...

Satellite industry regrets UK regulator’s 3.6-3.8 GHz decisions
Nov 06, 2017
by Kane Mumford

The Europe, Middle East and Africa Satellite Operators Association (ESOA) has said it is a shame the UK has not followed the example of other European countries in its 3.6-3.8 GHz plans. Read more...

RSA: has Ofcom spun out of orbit?
Jun 27, 2005
by Website author

An explosive situation looks set to arise following the UK regulator’s plans to consider the introduction of Recognised Spectrum Access (RSA) to the satellite industry. Read more...