GSA response to the Ofcom call for input “3.8 GHz to 4.2 GHz band: Opportunities for Innovation”
The GSA Spectrum Group responded to the Ofcom call for input to the3.8 GHz to 4.2 GHz band.
The GSA Spectrum Group considers the band 3400-4200 MHz to be a key element in the development of 5G, and for the support of wide coverage enhanced Mobile Broadband, massive machine connectivity and critical and real time communications for high reliability or extremely low latency applications.
The GSA Spectrum Group considers the availability of 400 MHz of additional spectrum adjacent to the band 3400-3800 MHz to be an important element for the establishment of the highest performing 5G networks globally, both in terms of the development of a vibrant device eco-system, and in terms of facilitating the evolution of mobile networks from existing 4G technologies to new air interfaces, with the possibility of making this available to UK citizens cost effectively.
This paper was submitted to Ofcom on the 9th June 2016
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