The UK Spectrum Policy Forum has identified 6 Industry Priorities regarding plans for future use of the 5GHz band
Government asked Future Communications Challenge Group to provide advice on what the UK should do to be a world leader in 5G.
Presentations from the UK Spectrum Policy Forum Cluster 1 meeting on 5GHz
Presentations from the UK SPF Cluster 4 on the European Electronic Communications Code and the EU 5G Plan
Ofcom today publishes its 2017/18 Annual Plan for consultation
These new regulations allow certain devices to operate in the 2 GHz, 2.3 GHz and 3.4 GHz bands on a licence-exempt basis.
Meeting notes from 28 October for the UK Spectrum Policy Forum Cluster 2 discussion on sharing C-Band
UK Spectrum Policy Forum Report Identifies Success Factors for Making the UK a 5G World Leader
Summary and presentations from the UK Spectrum Policy Forum Plenary Meeting.
Spectrum-access denial, or disruption, would be equivalent to a cyber denial-of-service attack and could prevent facilities, systems and networks from functioning.
UK Spectrum Policy Forum Report on the Implications of Brexit for Spectrum
Antony Walker, deputy CEO of techUK comments on the European Commission's telecoms reform proposals.
Presentations from the UK Spectrum Policy Forum - Cluster 1 workshop discussing frequency bands for 5G
The ever deepening role of 'digital' in delivering the Olympics.
Presentations from the UK Spectrum Policy Forum - Plenary Meeting.
techUK highlights the role of Government to enable greater digital infrastructure deployment following Ofcom's 2016 Communications Market Report
RSPG should carefully consider the roadmap for higher frequencies with regard to technology availability
Ofcom announces detailed plans and progress on the Strategic Review of Digital Communications
techUK responds to Ofcom consultation on Improving spectrum access for consumers in the 5 GHz band
Julian McGougan, Head of Technology at techUK responds to the CMS Committee on Establishing World Class connectivity throughout the UK.
UK Spectrum Policy Forum's informal input to Government on the spectrum aspects of the EU Telecoms Framework Review
techUK responds to National Infrastructure Commission’s call for evidence development and deployment of 5G in the UK
techUK identifies 7 key recommendations as the Commission’s legislative proposals for the Telecoms Framework Review are developed
This update is to account for technological and international developments - in particular the early development of 5G technology.
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The UK Spectrum Policy Forum is chaired by David Meyer and supported by the Steering Board
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The UK Spectrum Policy Forum’s regular series of activity – plenary meetings and cluster discussion groups.
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