Tag: Taiwan
Is Asia keener than Europe on millimetre wave bands?
Feb 07, 2020
by Richard Handford

The statistics would suggest so. A new report from the European Commission’s 5G Observatory says that Italy is the only country in the 27-member European Union that has assigned spectrum in the 26 GHz band. Compare that with Asia, where South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan have awarded 26… Read more...

28 GHz
Jan 18, 2020
by Toby Youell

The first mmWave to be deployed for 5G services: 28 GHz has already been assigned in several major economies. Read more...

28 GHz (September 2019)
Jan 17, 2020
by Toby Youell

The first mmWave to be deployed for 5G services: 28 GHz has already been assigned in several major economies. Read more...

4.4 – 5 GHz (September 2019)
Jan 17, 2020
by Toby Youell

A 5G-only band that could form an attractive alternative or complement to the C-Band in Asia and the former Soviet Union. Its use in the West is limited by military and public safety considerations. Read more...

4.4 – 5 GHz
Jan 16, 2020
by Toby Youell

A 5G-only band that could form an attractive alternative or complement to the C-Band in Asia, Africa, and the former Soviet Union. Its use in the West is limited by military and public safety considerations. Read more...

Future Taiwan consultation on 5G award
Jun 24, 2019
by Toby Youell

Taiwan's regulator, the NCC, plans to consult on its auction of the 1800 MHz, 3.5 GHz, and 28 GHz bands. The consultation period for this award will be shortened so it can hold the award by the end of the year. The auction will include 20 MHz in the 1800… Read more...

The 700 MHz band is still unavailable for mobile broadband in many Asian countries
Nov 02, 2018
by Richard Handford

Many countries across the Asia-Pacific region are still waiting to see the benefits of the digital dividend, available through the sought-after 700 MHz band.  Read more...

4.5 GHz
Jan 12, 2018
by Richard Handford

A number of countries are looking at 4.5 GHz  as a possible 5G band. Japan, its most serious supporter, plans to allocate the frequencies in March 2019. Other interested countries include China, Korea, Myanmar and Taiwan. Read more...