UK Spectrum Policy Forum - Cluster 2 Meeting Notes

Date: Friday 28 October 2016
Venue: techUK, 10 St Bride Street, London, EC4A 4AD
Chair: Peter Curnow-Ford, UK SPF Cluster 2 Chair and Director, Plasma Antennas Limited

Presentations from the Cluster 2 meeting are embedded below to allow better access via mobile and tablet, they can also be downloaded at the bottom of the page.

Agenda:

Introduction

    • Peter Curnow-Ford (Chair of Spectrum Access and Use, UK SPF)


3.6 - 3.8GHz Consultation

  • Ofcom - Cristina Data
3.8 - 4.2GHz Applications and Demand
 
  • Introduction - Peter Curnow-Ford
  • Ofcom Overview of Last Consultation and Results - Cristina Data
  • Satellite FSS – Mohaned Jawad, Intelsat

 

  • Satellite – Mike Walsh, Arqiva

 

  • GSA - Joe Barret


  • Fixed Wireless - UKB, Louise Lancaster (Questions only)
  • Mobile - Alessandro Casagni, Huawei
  • Dynamic Spectrum Alliance – Simon Saunders, Google

Panel Q&A

AOB & Close


Cluster 2 has the goal to capture current and future Use requirements for spectrum [as apart from the Applications and Demand for spectrum] and to enable understanding and discussion around the current and future proposed methods of Access to spectrum. The strategy has been defined and accepted as:

  1. Review primary Access mechanisms
  2. Review approaches to spectrum awards
  3. Understand primary and secondary uses of spectrum
  4. Review new 'sharing' approaches
  5. Leverage Cluster 1 and 3 input
  6. Recommend 'new/changed methods' to Government, Ofcom and Internationally

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