Published on February 26, 2014
Spectrum Policy Forum – Cluster 1 Spectrum Applications and Requirements Simon Saunders Cluster Meeting 11th November 2013
The UK Spectrum Policy Forum Government and Ofcom: UK Social and Economic Value • Roadmap options and required changes • • • • Spectrum allocation Spectrum assignment modes Regulatory needs Technology evolution 12/12/2013 Cluster 2: Spectrum release and access mechanisms Political, Economic, Legal and Social Context Goals, policy and regulation Cluster 1: Applications and Sector needs Requirements and options © Real Wireless Ltd. 2013 • • • Sector needs Current spectrum usage Future evolution 2
Cluster 1 Terms of Reference Overall goal: • To promote a joined-up understanding of current and future spectrum needs across UK users, thereby assisting in maximising associated benefits (social and economic) and by ensuring spectrum supply can be efficiently matched to those needs. Specific Aims • To identify and characterise the UK private and public sectors which have distinct dependencies on spectrum • To determine the current needs and usage of spectrum and associated technology • To determine the expectations of change in sector service needs and associated usage of spectrum • To determine the potential level of flexibility for modes of spectrum access amongst licenced, licence-exempt and intermediate modes (e.g. licensed shared access, cognitive access etc) 12/12/2013 © Real Wireless Ltd. 2013 3
Data sought for each sector Scope of the sector Contributions to social and economic value Current and recent past status Sector trends Usage of technologies and spectrum Expected changes to tech and spectrum Longer-term (10-20 years) tech and spectrum needs and options 12/12/2013 •What people, services and devices are included? •Incl. critical and safety-of-life •Direct and indirect contributions •Significant changes, health of the market •Future growth/contraction prospects, changes to delivery model •Current status •‘Must-haves’ and ‘open to change with caveats’ •Near-term – 5 years •What is potential for changing supply model and what does it depend on? •Licenced vs. Licence-Exempt, Scope for sharing (spectrum & networks) and for dynamic access © Real Wireless Ltd. 2013 4
Sectors and status Sector Status Utilities Adrian Grilli, JRC presentation on 16/9/13 Private Mobile Radio - Business radio - Emergency services Presentations 11/12/13 from TCCA, Airwave, FCS and Ofcom Public mobile Transportation (aviation, road, rail) Broadcasting and entertainment (incl. both delivery and content creation) Fixed broadband Defence Radio amateurs Industrial, medical, scientific Space 12/12/2013 © Real Wireless Ltd. 2013 5
Sector themes for future meetings Focus on UHF policy with inputs from broadcasting/PMSE, white space and cellular • This is a straw-man for discussion • Dates to be determined • Volunteers sought! Transportation: aviation, rail, road Space, scientific, medical M2M incl. home/office networking Public mobile 12/12/2013 © Real Wireless Ltd. 2013 6
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