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That Time When Intelsat, Inmarsat and SES Joined to Defend Spectrum - From our Archive - Via Satellite -Via Satellite
"In 2007, Via Satellite awarded its Satellite Executive of the Year honors to three leading spectrum executives from operators Intelsat, Inmarsat and SES for crafting a unified message that helped preserve C-band spectrum access for the industry. Ten years later, Intelsat and Intel have made waves with a joint FCC proposition that opens the door to sharing C-band spectrum with mobile operators. Looking back to our 2007 SEOTY award winners explains some of the history behind the strong response to the proposal."

"The satellite industry’s use of C-band spectrum faced a serious threat in 2007, but a well-organized effort involving satellite players around the globe fended off terrestrial companies seeking a foothold in the band."

"The scope and complexity of this effort involved representatives from companies around the globe, and the task of keeping the different satellite-related companies unified in their message and organized through the months leading up to WRC-07 and throughout the meeting was a gargantuan one."

"We were aware of the WRC agenda item since WRC-03. However, the responsibility for this issue had been placed in ITU Working Group 8F, which was dominated by supporters of IMT."

"It has been a wake-up call in the sense that the message is now loud and clear — we are fighting for spectrum in competition with emerging terrestrial wireless services, both to keep our existing operations intact as well as to grow our own new services including mobile and broadband."
ViaSatellite  Intelsat  Inmarsat  SES  satellite  history  C-band  IMT  WRC-07  cellular  lobbying  ITU 
october 2017 by pierredv
Australian regulator to abandon “unhelpful” target-setting for IMT spectrum - PolicyTracker Sep 2015
"Australia should jettison specific spectrum targets for mobile broadband and move toward a contingency planning model, according to regulator the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA). The approach, which the ACMA says will enable a more flexible response to the fast-changing spectrum environment, has the backing of the country's mobile operators, but is likely to spark “robust engagement” as specific bands are discussed, an ACMA spokesman told PolicyTracker." "The ACMA is moving toward greater reliance on contingency planning, where the regulator plans for a range of potential outcomes in terms of mobile broadband capacity growth, but still tries to ensure that the right spectrum is made available at the right time, depending on which scenarios unfold, Chapman said."
PolicyTracker  australia  spectrum-crunch  planning  IMT  ACMA  scenarios  contingency-planning 
september 2015 by pierredv
Coexistence between IMT-2000 time division duplex and frequency division duplex terrestrial radio interface technologies around 2 600 MHz operating in adjacent bands and in the same geographical area
"Coexistence between IMT-2000 time division duplex and frequency division duplex terrestrial radio interface technologies around 2 600 MHz operating in adjacent bands and in the same geographical area "
FDD  TDD  ITU  x:ITU  spectrum  cellular  IMT  interference  RF 
march 2012 by pierredv

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