On Thursday 19 October the UK Spectrum Policy Forum will be hosting its October Plenary Meeting of 2023.
Sign up now to attend and get the lates updates on the Forum's activities. The UK SPF will release the Analysys Mason's report on 'Use case requirements in the 3.8-4.2GHz band.'
The research study commissioned by the SPF examines the use case requirements in the 3.8-4.2 GHz band, as well exploring potential improvements to the UK framework to better serve the industry's needs and encourage wider adoption.
After a succesful open workshop about the report, the Plenary will feature policy makers and the wider spectrum user community to debate the implications of this review to the UK landscape and beyond.
In addition to the above, we will also hear from the UK SPF Steering Board Chair and Cluster Chairs.
|Welcome and Intro||Abhaya Sumanasena, Real Wireless and UK SPF Chairman|
|An update to Shared Rural Network||Bryn Jones, DMSL|
|Spectrum aspects of 'The future of the electronic communications sector and its infrastructure' consultation and RSPP views||Julija Varnaite-Kamstra, DG CNET European Commission|
|Report on Use case requirements in the 3.8-4.2GHz band release and discussion||Chris Nickerson, Analysys Mason|
|Update on recent work and the status of SAL||Jack Hindley, Ofcom|
|Satellite sector views and future terrestrial-satellite integration||Paul Febvre, SA Catapult|
|Steering Board update||Luigi Ardito, Steering Board Chair and Qualcomm|
|Cluster Chair updates||
Saul Friedner, Cluster 1 and LS telcom
Bob Steward, Cluster 2 and University of Strathclyde
Tony Lavender, Cluster 3 and Plum Consulting
Kumar Singarajah, Cluster 4 and Arqit / Euroma
|AOB and Close||Abhaya Sumanasena, Real Wireless and UK SPF Chairman|
For more information, please get in touch with the team below!