Advanced Television


Report: Sat services delivering $555bn economic benefits

Investments in satellite services operating in the 7 GHz to 24 GHz frequency range have generated economic benefits of more than $555 billion (€506bn), according to a new report by consulting firm Plum for trade body the GSOA. The report, Assessing the use by satellite of spectrum in the 7 to 24 GHz bands, found […]

August 2, 2023By Colin Mann

Broadcasters call for UHF spectrum preservation

In advance of the ITU World Radiocommunication Conference 2023 (WRC-23) in Dubai, Marco Rossignoli, coordinator of Aeranti-Corallo, the federation that represents about 600 companies in the local Italian radio and television industry has stressed the absolute need to preserve the lower band of the 470 and 694 Megahertz for broadcaster activity. Aeranti-Corallo notes that the […]

July 5, 2023By Colin Mann

EC proposes common spectrum negotiations stance

The European Commission has adopted its proposal for a Council Decision establishing the EU’s position on issues related to spectrum use to be discussed at the World Radiocommunication Conference 2023 of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). A common EU Member States’ position ensures that EU citizens and businesses have smooth access to services such as […]

May 5, 2023By Colin Mann

GSMA calls for 6 GHz 5G spectrum

The fast-developing 6 GHz IMT ecosystem is poised to play an important role in supporting 5G rollouts worldwide, a new report from mobile industry trade body the GSMA has revealed. However, whilst 6 GHz ecosystem developers are standing by to meet consumer demand, regulatory decisions at next year’s World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-23), and subsequently by […]

August 4, 2022By Colin Mann