techUK Responds to Ofcom Fixed Wireless Spectrum Strategy

Ofcom previously gathered information on how the uses of fixed wireless links could change over the next 5-10 years

This recent document summarises Ofcom's key findings and consults on specific areas which focus on enabling ultra-high capacity wireless backhaul requirements for the future.

techUK's response was developed through techUK's Communications Infrastructure Council:

"techUK members make extensive use of existing fixed links spectrum and are interested in how the regulation of bands in use today may change and in new spectrum bands that are not yet available.

Many of our members with interests in fixed wireless links have participated in recent relevant debates within UK Spectrum Policy Forum, including workshops where issues concerning bands above 50GHz have been debated, and where flexible spectrum access requirements have been. This techUK response reflects many of the views and some conclusions from the Spectrum Policy Forum discussions."

techUK's comments in response to the consultation questions are provided in the attached consultation response.

 More information on techUK's Communications Infrastructure Programme is available. 

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