Ofcom publishes the 5G Beginner’s Guide

Mobile phones have taken an important role in everyday life. This is why the UK Ofcom has decided to publish the booklet “5G Spectrum Update in the UK”. Ofcom plays a leading role internationally in the allocation of frequency bands for 5G technology, the various frequency bands having different characteristics to meet the requirements of future 5G services and networks.

In fact, Ofcom uses the terms of the European Radio Spectrum Policy Group and of the European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations on the same subject. The 5G spectrum consists of three main bands. The 700 MHz, Ofcom explains, is allowed for wide coverage. The band of 3.4 to 3.8 GHz allows for greater capacity at the expense of coverage and the 26 GHz band (24, 25-27.5 GHz) offers excellent capacity provided that its operator is located next to Base station.

Europe has already switched to 700 MHz, and Ofcom says that everything is available in the highest frequency bands, without specifying for now whether any particular taxes will be associated with the licenses. http://telecoms.com/

 

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