Monday, 17 December 2018

Ofcom updates 5G spectrum plans

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Wednesday 08 February 17

UK telco regulator says global harmonisation in at least one frequency band is critical to ecosystem development.

Ofcom on Wednesday published a progress report on its work to allocate spectrum for 5G services, and said it is backing the 26 GHz band as the "priority band" for global harmonisation. The U.K. telco watchdog said it has worked closely with other regulators in Europe to identify three initial frequency bands to enable 5G in Europe: the 700 MHz, 3.4 GHz…

Ofcom on Wednesday published a progress report on its work to allocate spectrum for 5G services, and said it is backing the 26 GHz band as the "priority band" for global harmonisation. The U.K. telco watchdog said it has worked closely with other regulators in Europe to identify three initial frequency bands to enable 5G in Europe: the 700 MHz, 3.4 GHz…

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