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2496MHz – 2690MHz January 2022. National Spectrum Positions.

2496MHz – 2690MHz January 2022. National Spectrum Positions.

Introduction

Spectrum in the 2496-2690 MHz range (including bands 7, 38, 41 53, 69 and n7, n38, n41, n53 & n90) is widely used for mobile services, and more countries are considering or planning to assign spectrum in this range for use in LTE and 5G networks.
The charts in this document show GSA’s current understanding of the state of mobile operator licensing around the world at 2496-2690 MHz.

The following definitions are used:

  • Considering/consulting on options: In the early stages of deciding if, what and when to make spectrum in this range available.
  • Planned assignment: A definite decision has been made to assign spectrum in this range. Now in the assignment preparation stage, which can include further consultations on which specific blocks within the range to assign, finalising the band plan, how to assign, details of the assignment process, price setting etc.
  • Ongoing assignment: Requests/invitations to participate have been issued, with definite date for auction/assignment proceedings.
  • Assigned: used where spectrum has been assigned nationwide or regionally, with individual licensing for public mobile or FWA networks.
  • Existing assignments, considering future options: Spectrum in this range is currently assigned, but the country/territory is in the early stages of deciding if, what and when to make changes to this assignment.
  • Existing assignments, restructuring/new assignments planned: Spectrum in this range is currently assigned, but new assignments or restructuring of the band is planned. This may include changes to licence terms.
  • Shared spectrum: The spectrum is shared among multiple users, including users of different categories.Precise range to be confirmed: activity or assignments are known, but the exact spectrum ranges concerned are to be clarified.

2496MHz – 2690MHz January 2022. National Spectrum Positions.

GSA Research

Mobile industry research is the backbone of GSA activity and covers topics from Devices, Chipsets and Technology, to Networks, Features and Spectrum.

The GSA Research Team is constantly following market dynamics and activity to ensure the latest data is available to GSA users via the GSA website.

Data is updated monthly and quarterly and can be used by users who register for free on the GSA web site.

GSA GAMBoD Database

Reports are based on extensive data contained in the GSA GAMBoD databases, which is a resource available to GSA Members and Associates. Companies and policy makers can subscribe, as a GSA Associate, to gain access to GSA databases and Member Reports for additional insights into the source data behind reports, which can be used for their own research purposes.

Discounted annual subscription are available to regulators, government agencies and licensed mobile operators.

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2496MHz - 2690MHz January 2022. National Spectrum Positions.

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2496MHz – 2690MHz January 2022. National Spectrum Positions.

Introduction

Spectrum in the 2496-2690 MHz range (including bands 7, 38, 41 53, 69 and n7, n38, n41, n53 & n90) is widely used for mobile services, and more countries are considering or planning to assign spectrum in this range for use in LTE and 5G networks.
The charts in this document show GSA’s current understanding of the state of mobile operator licensing around the world at 2496-2690 MHz.

The following definitions are used:

  • Considering/consulting on options: In the early stages of deciding if, what and when to make spectrum in this range available.
  • Planned assignment: A definite decision has been made to assign spectrum in this range. Now in the assignment preparation stage, which can include further consultations on which specific blocks within the range to assign, finalising the band plan, how to assign, details of the assignment process, price setting etc.
  • Ongoing assignment: Requests/invitations to participate have been issued, with definite date for auction/assignment proceedings.
  • Assigned: used where spectrum has been assigned nationwide or regionally, with individual licensing for public mobile or FWA networks.
  • Existing assignments, considering future options: Spectrum in this range is currently assigned, but the country/territory is in the early stages of deciding if, what and when to make changes to this assignment.
  • Existing assignments, restructuring/new assignments planned: Spectrum in this range is currently assigned, but new assignments or restructuring of the band is planned. This may include changes to licence terms.
  • Shared spectrum: The spectrum is shared among multiple users, including users of different categories.Precise range to be confirmed: activity or assignments are known, but the exact spectrum ranges concerned are to be clarified.

2496MHz – 2690MHz January 2022. National Spectrum Positions.

GSA Research

Mobile industry research is the backbone of GSA activity and covers topics from Devices, Chipsets and Technology, to Networks, Features and Spectrum.

The GSA Research Team is constantly following market dynamics and activity to ensure the latest data is available to GSA users via the GSA website.

Data is updated monthly and quarterly and can be used by users who register for free on the GSA web site.

GSA GAMBoD Database

Reports are based on extensive data contained in the GSA GAMBoD databases, which is a resource available to GSA Members and Associates. Companies and policy makers can subscribe, as a GSA Associate, to gain access to GSA databases and Member Reports for additional insights into the source data behind reports, which can be used for their own research purposes.

Discounted annual subscription are available to regulators, government agencies and licensed mobile operators.

Please email info@gsacom.com for more information.

 

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Twitter

YouTube

Weibo

WeChat: GSA Express

 

2496MHz - 2690MHz January 2022. National Spectrum Positions.

© GSA 2021

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2496MHz – 2690MHz January 2022. National Spectrum Positions.
Date: 5th Jan 2022
Type: GSA Snapshot
Technology: Spectrum
Originator: GSA

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