Industry Priorities for Making Best Use of 5GHz Spectrum
The UK Spectrum Policy Forum has identified 6 Industry Priorities regarding plans for future use of the 5GHz band. MORE
Recommended Actions for a Successful Deployment Of 5G in the UK
Newly published UK Spectrum Policy Forum report identifies success factors for making the UK a 5G world leader. MORE
UK Spectrum Policy Forum Findings and Recommendations on Spectrum Infrastructure Resilience
Spectrum-access denial, or disruption, would be equivalent to a cyber denial-of-service attack and could prevent facilities, systems and networks from functioning. MORE
Brexit: The Impact of the UK Leaving the EU on UK Spectrum Policy
SPF gives an industry perspective on the implications of Brexit for spectrum. MORE
Five Key Areas of Agreement by UK stakeholders on the EU Telecoms Framework
UK Spectrum Policy Forum's informal input to Government on the spectrum aspects of the EU Telecoms Framework Review. MORE
The main objective of the forum is to harness industrial insights across the diverse range of spectrum users on the future developments in spectrum-based services and technology.
The UK Spectrum Policy Forum is chaired by David Meyer and supported by the Steering Board
Become involved in the Spectrum Forum to ensure your current and future spectrum needs are represented.Keep up-to-date and be involved as Industry and Government develop a medium and long-term UK spectrum strategy.
Find out how the UK Spectrum Policy Forum is structured.
The UK Spectrum Policy Forum’s regular series of activity – plenary meetings and cluster discussion groups.
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