Spectrum for Terrestrial 5G Networks: November Update
5G Spectrum for Terrestrial Networks: Licensing Developments Worldwide
This report reflects a 5G Spectrum market that is in constant flux, and feedback is greatly appreciated to keep it current. The next update will be published in December 2018. Please send comments and information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Important changes since the last report include:
- Brazil: a public consultation on the use of 3400–3600 MHz
- Finland: completion of the 3410–3800 MHz auction
- France: consultation on the attribution of spectrum at 1400 MHz, 3400–3800 MHz and 26 GHz and applications for refarming spectrum used for 2G, 3G and 4G
- India: opening up spectrum at 5 GHz for low wireless usage
- Italy: completed auctions for spectrum at 700 MHz, 3700 MHz and 26 GHz
- New Zealand: update on spectrum auction timetable
- Peru: early plans for a tender of spectrum at 2.3 GHz
- Spain: publication of a roadmap for the release of spectrum at 700 MHz
- Thailand: auction of spectrum at 900 MHz completed and reports of a recall of underused spectrum at 1500 MHz, 2300 MHz and 2600 MHz
- USA: updates on the 24 GHz and 28 GHz spectrum auctions, changes to the CBRS (3550–3700 GHz) licensing structures, opening up of spectrum at 6 GHz for unlicensed use.
This report is based on data from the GSA GAMBoD Networks, Technology and Spectrum database.
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