Allocation limits of 1 GHz will be set for the auction of 26 GHz spectrum in 2021, to prevent monopolisation by single telcos.
Ofcom has published the results of consultations into its 5G spectrum auction rules statement and updated the expected timing for the auction.
Cambium Networks has announced that around 20,000 of its Citizens Broadband Radio Service devices are being used by more than 150 service providers in the US.
While generally supportive of the government's radio reform proposals, ARCIA has raised concerns about spectrum, compliance and enforcement issues.
Traficom has granted the country's first-ever radio licence for a local mobile network to Fortum's Loviisa Power Plant, in the frequency band 2300–2320 MHz.
A software upgrade can transition 4G/LTE radios to 5G/NR, avoiding the need for tower climbs and streamlining the process of refarming spectrum.
Nokia and Vodafone Idea have completed the first phase of what they claim is the world's largest deployment of dynamic spectrum refarming.
Competition issues associated with an upcoming 5G spectrum allocation are taking centre stage in the ACCC's recently opened consultation.
Ofcom is set to release more spectrum in a bid to meet growing Wi-Fi demands, as UK households consume 315 GB of broadband data a month.
Optus has established an end-to-end 5G data call over its 2300 MHz spectrum, in what the company is calling a world first.
Ofcom has begun accepting applications for its new shared spectrum licences, allowing small-scale operators to create their own wireless networks.
The first high-band 5G airwaves auctions have been completed by the FCC in the US.
Reforms to the 890–915/935–960 MHz band (the 900 MHz band) are currently under consultation with the ACMA.
There were four billion LTE connections worldwide at the end of 2018, according to new data from Ovum.
According to Radio Spectrum Management, the IoT VHF test bed from 210–220 MHz is now available for licensing.