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2022-08-16
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Ofcom has negotiated the sharing of C-band spectrum for 5g to remove spectrum barriers.

Ofcom, the British telecommunications regulator, promises to reserve sufficient spectrum resources for 5g networks by 2020. Ofcom spectrum director said that at present, negotiations have been launched on sharing C-band spectrum, so the spectrum issue will not become an obstacle to the development of 5g

Ofcom will sell a total of 190mhz spectrum in the 2.3ghz and 3.4GHz frequency bands this year, and has confirmed that the spectrum is 25 times as much as the current one. High precision imported speed regulating motors can be equipped with stepless experimental speed sources to support 4G, IOT and other service needs

philip malnick, director of Ofcom spectrum policy group, said on May 13 that although spectrum needs such as broadcasting, satellites and large-scale events should be considered, sufficient spectrum resources must also be reserved for the mobile industry. Marnick said that the UK has always been striving to achieve the unification of global 5g standards. He believes that up to 32ghz of spectrum may not be really used at present. The European Union has confirmed that the 700MHz spectrum used in digital terrestrial television (DTT) services in many countries is suitable for 5g communication, and hopes that EU Member States will release this band for mobile broadband services by 2020. At present, Ofcom is being favored by more and more customers to do relevant work in recent days

spectrum sharing is popular as a way to make full use of limited resources around the theme of "packaging 4.0 technology". Ofcom has recently launched consultations on the development of a spectrum sharing framework. The first consideration is the 3.8ghz~4.2ghz spectrum of C-band for satellite broadband, fixed line and fixed wireless broadband services. Marnick explained that the reason why the spectrum was first selected was that it had good propagation characteristics in many services and was considered to be a useful and stable frequency band

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