UK SPF: DSA and sharing within the international context

Time: 10:30 - 13:00 (registration from 10:00) 
Venue: techUK, 10 St Bride St, London EC4A 4AD

Cluster 4 focuses on international developments in spectrum policy, in the EU, CEPT and the ITU, and their potential impact on UK. It aims to provide a consolidated input to Ofcom and DCMS on the views and recommendations of UK stakeholders.



Barry Lewis, Chair of Cluster 4, UK SPF

A view from the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance

Pasquale Cataldi, Nominet and Dynamic Spectrum Alliance

  • TVWS: international landscape update
  • CBRS: progress and initial commercial deployments
  • 6GHz: why it is crucial for Wi-Fi 6

Spectrum sharing past and future

Reza Karimi, Huawei

Summary of the work of the Cluster 2 DSA functional specification working group and Update on the status of CBRS 

Simon Saunders, Google

Business opportunities in developing countries

Matthew McDermott, Access Partnership on behalf of Federated Wireless

Summary and close

Barry Lewis, Chair of Cluster 4, UK SPF

Video conferencing details will be available for this event. If you would like to attend via this medium please register and then email

Please remember that the techUK Conference Suite is wireless enabled so you can network, catch-up on emails and do your 'last minute' calls, with full access to printing and refreshments before and after the meeting.

  • Jo O'Riordan

    Jo O'Riordan

    Head of Spectrum Policy and Telecoms
    T 020 7331 2191
  • Sophie Weston

    Sophie Weston

    T 020 7331 2018

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