C-Band Spectrum Feb-2021: National Spectrum Positions
These graphs show GSA’s current understanding of the state of 5G and 5G-relevant (i.e. technology neutral) licensing around the world in the C-band.
They do not provide data about other allocations of the spectrum in these ranges – e.g. for fixed wireless access services, point-to-point links, or for satellite or governmental use
The majority of GSA reports are based on data stored in the GAMBoD databases. GSA will continue to add new database areas to GAMBoD to reflect the growing diversity of the industry and emerging segments.
GSA Members and Associates have full access to GAMBoD databases and can also suggest new topic areas the research team may decide to investigate.
GAMBoD, the GSA Analyser for Mobile Broadband Data, is a unique search and analysis tool we developed to support our Members and Associates with the most up to date information on 4G & 5G devices networks, technologies and spectrum. Search results are presented as a list, or as a spreadsheet, or in charts that may be inserted into documents or presentations, subject to accreditation of GSA as the source.
The LTE Devices database can be searched by supplier, form factor, features, peak downlink and uplink speeds, and operating frequency. The NTS (Networks, Technologies & Spectrum) database can be searched by MBB technology, feature, UE category, downlink speed, spectrum bands used and can be segmented by region. Results are presented as a list or in charts. Charts may be inserted into documents or presentations, subject to accreditation of GSA as the source.
GAMBoD is a resource dedicated to promoting the success and growth of the MBB industry and ecosystem and is fully available to all employees of GSA Executive and Ordinary Member companies and GSA Associates who subscribe to the service.
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