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Swedish TV Broadcasters Concerned at Plans to Reuse 700Mhz Spectrum

The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has expressed what it says is "serious concern" at a Swedish government decision to reallocate the 700MHz spectrum band to "other forms of use" from 2017. more

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US Regulator Raises $1.56 billion from Radio Spectrum Auction

The US telecoms regulator completed its H-Block radio spectrum auction last week, and raised US$1.564 billion from the sale, which matched the reserve price set by the regulator. more

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Thailand to Hold Three Spectrum Auctions Later This Year

Thailand's telecoms regulator is planning to hold three separate auction later this year for radio spectrum expected to be released for use by 4G services. more

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USA's Department of Defense to Release Radio Spectrum for Civilian Use

The USA's Department of Defense has announced plans to reform its use of radio spectrum in order to release more of its allocation for use by private companies. more

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Canada's Radio Spectrum Raises US$4.8 Billion - with Rogers Wireless Dominant

The winners of Canada's 700Mhz radio spectrum auction have been announced, and they collectively paid C$5.27 billion (US$4.8 billion) to the government. more

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Consultancy Says Hong Kong Networks Can Cope with Loss of 3G Spectrum

A New Zealand consultancy says that operator mitigation strategies more than made up for the loss in throughput experienced by any reduction in 3G spectrum due to the proposed re-assignment of the 1.9-2.2GHz band in Hong Kong. more

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Nigerian Spectrum Auction to Proceed without Delays

Nigeria's telecoms regulator has refuted reports that it may delay this week's planned auction of a 2.3Ghz spectrum auction. more

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India Spectrum Auction Ends with Bids Topping $9.8 Billion

India's radio spectrum auction has ended, after 68 rounds, 10 days and bids just missing the symbolic US$10 billion mark. more

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Poland Cancels Radio Spectrum Auction

Poland's telecoms regulator has cancelled the forthcoming radio spectrum auction following doubts about the legality of the procedures that were being followied. more

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Spectrum Sharing Agreements Should Not Replace the Need for Exclusive Spectrum Licensing

The GSMA today issued a new report indicating that shared spectrum can complement but in no way replaces the need for exclusive-access spectrum in the provision of mobile broadband. more

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