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Facebook policy overview: HAPs, sharing and using spectrum above 95 GHz

Facebook may no longer be planning to build its own high altitude battery-powered gliders, but it remains committed to HAPS and this is the main theme of its WRC-19 lobbying. The HAPs strategy is part of the company's drive to connect the developing world and this commitment also motivates their… Read more...

Google policy overview: unlicensed, sharing and unused satellite registrations

Each year we consider how the spectrum policy priorities of the leading industry players has evolved, and our latest examination of Google's activities shows it continuing to promote unlicensed spectrum, sharing and dynamic spectrum access. Recently the company has focused on the 3.5 GHz, 6 GHz and over 95 GHz… Read more...

Does the Hewlett Packard saga hold any significance for the mobile space?
Dec 03, 2012
by PolicyTracker

The recent set of events related to the Hewlett Packard acquisition of Autonomy seems to have little relation to the mobile and broadcast worlds and their future use of spectrum (for an in-depth briefing paper on HP fortunes to date, with its main product segments and analysis of future possible… Read more...