The Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum LTE/5G Network Ecosystem

Please find below the link to the latest research report on LTE and 5G NR shared spectrum networks (by SNS Telecom and IT)

I have extracted this part of the synopsis where you can see the most remarkable countries (in bold) that have put in place rules, not all of them identical, concerning the use of frequencies for verticals.

Telecommunications regulatory authorities across the globe have launched innovative frameworks to facilitate the coordinated sharing of licensed spectrum, most notably the United States‘ three-tiered CBRS scheme for dynamic sharing of 3.5 GHz spectrum, Germany‘s 3.7-3.8 GHz licenses for private 5G networks, the United Kingdom‘s shared and local access licensing model, France‘s 2.6 GHz licenses for industrial LTE/5G networks, the Netherlands‘ local mid-band spectrum permits, Japan‘s local 5G network licenses, Hong Kong‘s geographically-shared licenses, and Australia‘s 26/28 GHz area-wide apparatus licenses. Collectively, these ground-breaking initiatives are catalyzing the rollout of shared spectrum LTE and 5G NR networks for a diverse array of use cases ranging from private cellular networks for enterprises and vertical industries to mobile network densification, FWA (Fixed Wireless Access) and neutral host infrastructure.

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