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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 determine access to vital additional future spectrum for mobile broadband. This document addresses the need for more mobile spectrum, the most appropriate frequency bands and proposes how the needs of …

World Radio Conference 2015 Q&A: the Mexican Perspective

May 13, 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. Mexico is the second largest mobile market in Latin America …

World Radio Conference 2015 Q&A: the Colombian Perspective

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 GSMA talks to Oscar Giovanni León Suárez, Director General, …

5G Spectrum Policy Position

April 2, 2015

Spectrum

5G

Position Paper

The GSMA has published its initial public position on 5G Spectrum. The paper concludes that given the definition of 5G, the technology involved and the likely coverage requirements are still to be agreed, it is not currently possible to accurately …

World Radio Conference 2015 Q&A: the Swedish Perspective

March 13, 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. Sweden has consistently been at the forefront of mobile broadband, it was …

The economic benefits of a C-band mobile allocation in the Arab States

February 12, 2015

WRC-15

C-band

Report

Consumer demand for mobile data is rapidly increasing with Cisco predicting that traffic will grow 14-fold from 2013 to 2018 in the Middle East and Africa. As a result there is growing need to make new capacity bands available for mobile …

Information paper – The suitability of an IMT identification in 2.7-2.9 GHz at WRC-15

February 3, 2015

WRC-15

2.7-2.9GHZ

Information Paper

At WRC-15, ITU Member States 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 affordable, ubiquitous, high-speed mobile broadband …

The economic benefits of a C-band mobile broadband identification in Africa at WRC-15

January 23, 2015

WRC-15

Consumer demand for mobile data has rapidly increased in the last decade, and continues to rise. World data traffic doubled between 2012 and 2013. For the Middle East and Africa in particular, Cisco projects that mobile data traffic will grow …

Social and economic benefits of using the lower portion of the UHF band for IMT in Latin America

November 24, 2014

WRC-15

WRC-15

Report

This report from Telecom Advisory Services LLC assesses the socio-economic benefits of using the lower portion of the UHF band for IMT-based mobile broadband in Latin America. It concludes that this could extend the reach and lower the cost of mobile …

Infographic guide: The case for the GSMA’s target bands at WRC-15

November 21, 2014

WRC

WRC-15

Graphic

From 2008-2013 global mobile data traffic grew an astonishing 45-fold creating an urgent need for more mobile broadband spectrum. This infographic booklet highlights, in short form, why and how each of the GSMA’s recommended frequency bands could be identified for …

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