3300-4200 MHz: A KEY FREQUENCY BAND FOR 5G.
This 48 page report is an extensive look at the 3300-4200 MHz frequency and for 5G.
The report is available for download by GSA Member companies and Associates who subscribe to the broader GSA resources, including the GAMBoD databases.
An unrestricted Executive Summary of this report is available to download here.
Industry Regulators or Government Policy makers who are not GSA Associates should email email@example.com to request a copy of the full report.
This GSA White Paper addresses the importance of 3300–4200 MHz spectrum range for 5G networks and the societal benefits that follow from early and widespread deployment of 5G in this range. It is intended to help national administrations and policymakers who are considering this frequency range for IMT identification – as well as those who have decided in its favour and are currently engaged in designing appropriate regulatory frameworks and assignment procedures – make informed decisions.
ANNEX 1: THE IMPORTANCE OF WIDE CONTIGUOUS ASSIGNMENTS
ANNEX 2: SPECTRUM CAPS IN LATIN AMERICA
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