Research Brief

European spectrum auctions and re-allocations

, published: March 2009
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Allocation and licensing of additional spectrum is a major theme in the telecoms sector. With the continued growth in network traffic load and demand for higher data rates the need for additional spectrum will remain. Main current spectrum issues include the re-farming of the GSM spectrum, the release of the 2.6 GHz band and the digital dividend. In some countries actions and re-allocation have already occurred, while other countries are in the process or consultation phase. For a number of European countries (such as the UK) it will not be a smooth process. This research brief gives a short overview of current situation of these spectrum issues with focus on Western Europe


Research Type Overview
Published 30 Mar 2009
Pages 3
File Type PDF
Size 54kb
Geographic Scope    Western Europe, World
Editions Mobile
Topics Market research / news, Regulations, Government telecommunications licensing, GSM, 3G, Wimax

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