GSA: 5G National Spectrum Positions, April 2021

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 MHz to 5000 MHz

TaNTIN: Terrestrial and Non-Terrestrial Integrated Networks

A team from Pakistan’s NUST explores architecture, benefits and limitations to unite terrestrial networks, drones/UAVs, and satellites into an integrated service delivery platform, paying particular attention to supporting the anticipated collaborative tools of the 5G and 6G era.

6GSymposium Sync-Up Webinar

6GSymposium Sync-Up Webinar

On November 5th 2020, 6GWorld held a webinar galloping through the lessons, take-aways and highlights of October’s 6GSymposium. The one-hour webinar includes all the biggest news and lessons from two days of packed content, thanks to a well-informed and lively set of panel members… and we even took some audience questions!

Spectrum Sharing in 6G: 6GSymposium

This 6GSymposium panel brings together an expert group from the FCC, DARPA, Google, Federated Wireless and the ITS under the guidance of Monica Paolini of Senza Fili. They discuss not only what the CBRS experience can teach us for future spectrum sharing but dig into the regulatory, technical and business model dynamics that can lead to revolutions in future networks… or sink the whole programme.

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