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Socio-economic benefits of greater spectrum policy harmonisation in the EU

December 1, 2015

Harmonisation

Report

This report presents research conducted by the management consultancy Arthur D Little and the GSMA that examines how differences in spectrum policy across EU Member States impact the availability and take-up of mobile broadband services, and therefore how greater policy harmonisation could improve the quality, …

Use of C-band spectrum for mobile broadband in cities: London and Shenzhen

November 2, 2015

WRC-15

C-band

Report

The study provides an independent assessment of the economic benefits that would arise through use of C-band spectrum for mobile services within two major cities – London and Shenzhen. The report finds that the benefit for London would be 275 …

Global momentum and economic impact of the 1.4/1.5 GHz band (L- band) for IMT

October 28, 2015

WRC-15

L-band

Report

This paper, from Plum consulting, highlights that there is now widespread commitment for 1427-1518 MHz (the L-band) to become a new global mobile broadband band at WRC-15. The rapid growth of mobile data traffic means it is vital that new …

World Radio Conference 2015 Q&A: the ITU’s perspective

October 27, 2015

WRC-15

WRC-15

Q&A

The World Radiocommunication Conference in Geneva in November 2015 will provide a rare opportunity for governments from around the world to agree new international spectrum allocations for the mobile service. The ITU plays a vital role in the global management of the radio-frequency …

An Assessment of the Growth of the Broadcast Market in Sub-Saharan Africa

September 27, 2015

WRC-15

Sub-700MHz

Report

This report provides an outline assessment of the growth of the broadcast market in sub-Saharan Africa and its implications for spectrum allocation. The overall conclusion is that, based on projected future demand for TV channels, there are a considerable number …

Terrestrial broadcasting and spectrum use in the Arab States

August 4, 2015

WRC-15

WRC-15

Q&A

This study examines the spectrum required to support the digital terrestrial broadcasting in the Arab States and demonstrates the importance of the Arab Spectrum Management Group (ASMG) countries developing a joint position at the forthcoming World Radio Conference in 2015 …

WRC-15 Guide: Agenda 1.1

July 24, 2015

WRC-15

WRC-15

Q&A

In November 2015, the ITU’s World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC) will agree  additional spectrum for mobile broadband under Agenda Item 1.1. This document addresses the need for more mobile spectrum, the most appropriate frequency bands and proposes how the needs of …

The Socio-Economic Impact of Allocating Spectrum for Mobile Broadband Services in Vietnam

July 21, 2015

WRC-15

WRC-15

Q&A

This research was conducted jointly by The Faculty of Electronics & Telecommunications, VNU University of Engineering & Technology, Vietnam National University, Hanoi, and The Economic Research Institute of Posts and Telecommunications, Posts & Telecommunications Institute of Technology. The paper details …

GSMA WRC-15 Public Policy Position: Mobile spectrum requirements and target bands

June 16, 2015

Future Spectrum

At the World Radiocommunication Conference in November 2015 (WRC-15), administrations from around the world will agree on changes to international spectrum allocations and associated regulatory provisions. The outcome will be the single most important factor determining the future availability of …

GSMA Paper : Data Demand Explained

June 1, 2015

Data demand

Data demand

Report

Although mobile data traffic has grown dramatically in the past five years, there are plenty of reasons to believe there is far more growth still to come. In the next ten years, billions more people and machines will use mobile …

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