Archive for the ‘5G spectrum’ Category

China has released 5G licences for indoor usage and pushes for network sharing

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Licensees will share 5G indoor access networks to further support quick 5G deployments.

The Ofcom consults on exposure to EMF

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The regulator published results of a measurement campaign

Finland’s Ministry of Transport and Communications launched a consultation on the 26 GHz frequency band

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It plans to organise the auction in summer 2020

German authorities opened process for private 5G licences

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Frequencies in the 3.7GHz to 3.8GHz range can be particularly used for verticals including industry 4.0, agriculture, automotive and forestry.

ANFr authorises 5G trials at 273 sites

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The French Frequency Agency approved 65 additional trial 5G sites

Significant shift in UK spectrum policy

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OFCOM will release spectrum in both shared and licensed spectrum, already paid for by mobile operators

Four 5G licences awarded in China

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China granted licences to the three MNOs, China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom and to the public broadcasting company, China Broadcasting Network

Europe to harmonise Radio Spectrum in the 26 GHz Band

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On 14 May 2019, the European Commission has adopted an Implementing Decision to harmonise the radio spectrum in the 24.25-27.5 GHz (or 26 GHz) band for the future use of 5G

Japan assigns 5G spectrum to four operators

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In April 2019, The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC) has assigned spectrum in the 3.7 GHz, 4.5 GHz and 28 GHz bands

5G network sharing considered as an option by the Danish action plan

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5G will be deployed in 2020 on the 3.5GHz band for starters, then over 26GHz band

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