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The Spectrum Management Newsletter

  • Newsletter

  • February 2024
  • Region: Global
  • Policy Tracker
  • ID: 2296618

The author has unrivalled expertise in an increasingly important field: as the only newsletter devoted exclusively to spectrum management, they produce a PDF edition every month and our website is updated with the latest news as it happens.

With over 1000 readers from across the field including regulators from nearly 20 countries, mobile companies, manufacturers, IT companies, broadcasters, the public sector and consultants, the subscribers include:

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Table of Contents

*Sample Table of Contents
3 Political pressures may kill US spectrum reform measure 
4 US Department of Justice approves Verizon spectrum deal but concerns remain 
6 FCC approves Verizon spectrum deal 
8 FCC approves testing in 1755– 1780 MHz band 
9 US regulator removes barriers to use of microwave spectrum for wireless backhaul 
10 Is the 700 MHz band really needed in Europe? 
12 EU-funded research project highlights key challenges for services using secondary access to the spectrum 
14 QUASAR research “useful but flawed”
15 Finland tests Europe’s first licensed white space geolocation database
16 Worldwide LTE roaming is years away, but pockets are developing 
18 Indian 800/1800 MHz auction now set for November