Tag: spectrum sharing
Spectrum Sharing in Asia webinar (19 August)
Jul 30, 2020
by Richard Handford

What's going on with spectrum sharing in Asia? Already there have been several exciting examples across the region to discuss, including China’s decision this year to license the 3.3 GHz band on a shared basis. Our speakers will look at whether the region will take its own distinct path. Included… Read more...

“Spectrum anarchy” could spur innovation in some cases, academics say
Jul 03, 2020
by Dugie Standeford

Emerging technologies with varying resource demands need spectrum rules that are flexible but ensure coexistence without harmful interference, an academic paper says. Instead of centralised spectrum management, could "polycentric governance" (or "spectrum anarchy") be more effective in some cases? Read more...

US Request For Information on military spectrum sharing at 3.5 GHz
Jun 22, 2020
by Toby Youell

The US Department of Defense has issued a Request For Information ahead of a future Request For Proposals on enhanced spectrum sharing in the 3550 - 3650 MHz band. Respondents are asked to develop a white paper on how spectrum sharing could work in the band. Responses are due by… Read more...

Spectrum sharing is becoming an increasingly important regulatory tool
Jun 19, 2020
by Dugie Standeford

Spectrum sharing approaches come in different shapes and sizes depending on the spectrum bands under consideration and the local context, speakers said at a 17 June PolicyTracker webinar. Such schemes are a growing part of the regulatory toolkit for spectrum management, but for the satellite sector, they continue to raise… Read more...

Recording of National Approaches to Spectrum Sharing webinar
Jun 18, 2020
by PolicyTracker

If you weren't able to join our National Approaches to Spectrum Sharing webinar on June 17 we are making a recording of it available. It was a fascinating discussion featuring the following speakers: Philip Marnick, Ofcom Spectrum Group Director, UK Martha Suarez, President of the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance Dave Wright, President… Read more...

Colombia moves towards flexible spectrum policy
Jun 16, 2020
by Toby Youell

Colombia’s ICT ministry and spectrum regulator have jointly proposed looking at spectrum trading and sharing in the next four years. Read more...

Webinar: The 6 GHz Debate (15 July)
Jun 12, 2020
by PolicyTracker

6 GHz is a key spectrum sharing battleground and the lines are firmly drawn as we approach the next ITU World Radio Conference, WRC-23, where there is a contentious proposal to identify sections of the band for mobile broadband (IMT). This is supported by China, some Asia Pacific countries, the… Read more...

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...

OTT players have a lot at stake at WRC-23
Apr 29, 2020
by Dianne Northfield

WRC-23 is likely to be more important for OTT players than any previous WRC in terms of protecting and expanding their interests in license-exempt spectrum. Facebook, Google and Microsoft are focused on unlicensed spectrum and the three will not favour IMT identifications across a range of mid-band frequency ranges that… Read more...