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
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
Seven Key Recommendations for the EU Telecoms Framework Review
techUK identifies seven key recommendations as the Commission’s legislative proposals for the Telecoms Framework Review are developed. MORE
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