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National Spectrum Positions August-2022 – Updated

National Spectrum Positions August-2022 – Updated September

Report summary

September Update to correct latest information from the GSA India Spectrum Team.

600MHz : Assigned as per APT600 band plan ( BSNL allocation from 612-622 MHz/663-673 MHz )
700MHz : Marker to Confirmed
2500 MHz : Indicate spectrum ( 2540-2560 & 2640-2660 ) available for CSP
C-band : Restrict coverage till 3670MHz
26GHz : Maintain assigned for whole range
28GHz under discussion.

A snapshot from GSA’s GAMBoD database of national spectrum positions around the world. This report covers 600 MHz, 700 MHz, 1400-1500 MHz, 2.1 GHz, 2300-2400 MHz, 2496-2690 MHz, C-Band, 4400-5000 MHz and 26-28 GHz spectrum in each country. Charts are grouped in ITU regions and show over a dozen stages of assignment for spectrum ranges. The detail in this report is based on information stored in the GSA GAMBoD Spectrum Assignments database. Precise spectrum allocation, including operator assignments and band range are included in the database where known.

Spectrum at 600 MHz

Spectrum in the 600 MHz range (617-652/663-698 MHz, including bands 71 and n71) is of interest for mobile services, and although the market is at an early stage, an increasing number of countries are considering this spectrum for IMT. This document shows GSA’s current understanding of the state of mobile operator licensing around the world at 600 MHz.

Spectrum at 700 MHz

Spectrum in the 700 MHz range is widely used for mobile services, and during 2022 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 700 MHz.

Spectrum at 1400-1500 MHz

Spectrum in the 1400-1500 MHz range (1427-1518 MHz, including bands 11, 21, 32, 45, 50, 51, 74, 75, 76 and n50, 51, n74, n75, n76, n91, n92, n93 and n94) is of interest for mobile services, and although the market is at an early stage, an increasing number of countries are considering this spectrum for IMT:

• 1427-1452 MHz: Identified for IMT globally

• 1452-1492 MHz: Identified for IMT globally except CEPT countries

• 1492-1518 MHz: Identified for IMT globally

• The CEPT has decided on the harmonised use of 1427-1518 MHz for mobile/fixed communications networks

• The ASMG has decided on the harmonised use of 1427-1518 MHz for IMT

This document shows GSA’s current understanding of the state of mobile operator licensing around the world at 1400-1500 MHz.

Spectrum at 2.1 GHz

Spectrum at 2.1 GHz, comprising bands 1, 34, 65, n1, n34 and n65, 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 in these bands.

Spectrum at 2300-2400 MHz

Spectrum in the 2300-2400 MHz range is widely used for mobile services, and during 2022 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 2300-2400 MHz.

Spectrum at 2496-2690 MHz

Spectrum in the 2496-2690 MHz range (including bands 7, 38, 41 53, 69 and n7, n38, n41, n53 and 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.

Spectrum in the C-Band

These charts show GSA’s current understanding of the state of 5G and 5G-relevant (that is, technology-neutral) licensing around the world in the C-band. They do not provide data about other allocations of the spectrum in these ranges, for example, for fixed wireless access services, point-to-point links, or for satellite or governmental use.

Spectrum at 4400-5000 MHz

Spectrum in the 4400-5000 MHz range is of interest for mobile services, and although the market is at an early stage, an increasing number of countries are considering this spectrum for IMT. Sub-bands in the 4400-5000 MHz range have coprimary mobile allocation. At WRC-19 over 40 countries identified some or all of the spectrum in this range for IMT. A few countries have assigned spectrum in this range already. The charts in this document show GSA’s current understanding of the state of mobile operator licensing around the world at 4400-5000 MHz.

Spectrum at 26-28 GHz

These charts show GSA’s current understanding of the state of 5G and 5G-relevant (that is, technology-neutral) licensing around the world in 26-28 GHz bands. They do not provide data about other allocations of the spectrum in these ranges – for example, for fixed wireless access services, point-to-point links, or for satellite or governmental use.

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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 referenced by users who register for free on the GSA website and download multiple reports, charts and videos of webinars. GSA welcomes any contributions on industry data from mobile operators, vendors and suppliers what want to ensure accurate industry data is shared globally.

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GSA 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.

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National Spectrum Positions August-2022 – Updated September

Report summary

September Update to correct latest information from the GSA India Spectrum Team.

600MHz : Assigned as per APT600 band plan ( BSNL allocation from 612-622 MHz/663-673 MHz )
700MHz : Marker to Confirmed
2500 MHz : Indicate spectrum ( 2540-2560 & 2640-2660 ) available for CSP
C-band : Restrict coverage till 3670MHz
26GHz : Maintain assigned for whole range
28GHz under discussion.

A snapshot from GSA’s GAMBoD database of national spectrum positions around the world. This report covers 600 MHz, 700 MHz, 1400-1500 MHz, 2.1 GHz, 2300-2400 MHz, 2496-2690 MHz, C-Band, 4400-5000 MHz and 26-28 GHz spectrum in each country. Charts are grouped in ITU regions and show over a dozen stages of assignment for spectrum ranges. The detail in this report is based on information stored in the GSA GAMBoD Spectrum Assignments database. Precise spectrum allocation, including operator assignments and band range are included in the database where known.

Spectrum at 600 MHz

Spectrum in the 600 MHz range (617-652/663-698 MHz, including bands 71 and n71) is of interest for mobile services, and although the market is at an early stage, an increasing number of countries are considering this spectrum for IMT. This document shows GSA’s current understanding of the state of mobile operator licensing around the world at 600 MHz.

Spectrum at 700 MHz

Spectrum in the 700 MHz range is widely used for mobile services, and during 2022 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 700 MHz.

Spectrum at 1400-1500 MHz

Spectrum in the 1400-1500 MHz range (1427-1518 MHz, including bands 11, 21, 32, 45, 50, 51, 74, 75, 76 and n50, 51, n74, n75, n76, n91, n92, n93 and n94) is of interest for mobile services, and although the market is at an early stage, an increasing number of countries are considering this spectrum for IMT:

• 1427-1452 MHz: Identified for IMT globally

• 1452-1492 MHz: Identified for IMT globally except CEPT countries

• 1492-1518 MHz: Identified for IMT globally

• The CEPT has decided on the harmonised use of 1427-1518 MHz for mobile/fixed communications networks

• The ASMG has decided on the harmonised use of 1427-1518 MHz for IMT

This document shows GSA’s current understanding of the state of mobile operator licensing around the world at 1400-1500 MHz.

Spectrum at 2.1 GHz

Spectrum at 2.1 GHz, comprising bands 1, 34, 65, n1, n34 and n65, 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 in these bands.

Spectrum at 2300-2400 MHz

Spectrum in the 2300-2400 MHz range is widely used for mobile services, and during 2022 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 2300-2400 MHz.

Spectrum at 2496-2690 MHz

Spectrum in the 2496-2690 MHz range (including bands 7, 38, 41 53, 69 and n7, n38, n41, n53 and 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.

Spectrum in the C-Band

These charts show GSA’s current understanding of the state of 5G and 5G-relevant (that is, technology-neutral) licensing around the world in the C-band. They do not provide data about other allocations of the spectrum in these ranges, for example, for fixed wireless access services, point-to-point links, or for satellite or governmental use.

Spectrum at 4400-5000 MHz

Spectrum in the 4400-5000 MHz range is of interest for mobile services, and although the market is at an early stage, an increasing number of countries are considering this spectrum for IMT. Sub-bands in the 4400-5000 MHz range have coprimary mobile allocation. At WRC-19 over 40 countries identified some or all of the spectrum in this range for IMT. A few countries have assigned spectrum in this range already. The charts in this document show GSA’s current understanding of the state of mobile operator licensing around the world at 4400-5000 MHz.

Spectrum at 26-28 GHz

These charts show GSA’s current understanding of the state of 5G and 5G-relevant (that is, technology-neutral) licensing around the world in 26-28 GHz bands. They do not provide data about other allocations of the spectrum in these ranges – for example, for fixed wireless access services, point-to-point links, or for satellite or governmental use.

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National Spectrum Positions August-2022

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National Spectrum Positions August-2022

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 referenced by users who register for free on the GSA website and download multiple reports, charts and videos of webinars. GSA welcomes any contributions on industry data from mobile operators, vendors and suppliers what want to ensure accurate industry data is shared globally.

GSA GAMBoD Database

GSA 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.

National Spectrum Positions August-2022 – Updated
Date: 5th Sep 2022
Type: GSA Snapshot
Technology: Spectrum
Originator: GSA

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