The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance emphasizes the need for dynamic spectrum access in order to connect millions of people in Africa to internet access

Johannesburg, South Africa, 11 April 2019: Utilizing alternative spectrum technologies is key to connecting millions of people in Africa to the internet, as the amount of bandwidth available will increase whilst costs are reduced, according to the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA). Speaking on the second day of the Industry Forum for Converged Digital Media, the high-level industry event for stakeholders to discuss the latest developments in spectrum technologies, DSA Treasurer Mark Rotter emphasized the need for dynamic spectrum access and the benefits it could bring to communities around the world…

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The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance brings together government and industry leaders to discuss the future of spectrum management at its Global Summit 2019

The International Telecommunication Union will be joined by leading wireless industry players as demand for spectrum resources continues to rise Washington D.C, 03 April 2019: Representatives from Microsoft, Google, Cisco Systems, HP Enterprise, Broadcom, Mimosa, and Ruckus Networks will join the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and many other speakers at the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance’s (DSA’s) upcoming seventh annual Global Summit. Taking place in Washington D.C, June 25-27 2019, the DSA Global Summit is the premier event on spectrum policy and spectrum management. This year’s agenda addresses how policy makers are…

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INCA calls for shared 5G spectrum following new report

Independent report highlights the importance of Fixed Wireless Access in meeting UK broadband targets London, UK, June 25, 2018: UK broadband regulator Ofcom needs to consider new approaches to spectrum management to realise the full possibilities of 5G across the country, INCA CEO Malcolm Corbett said today, as a new report revealed Fixed Wireless Access can play a crucial role in delivering high-speed broadband across the country. Commissioned by INCA and UKWISPA and conducted by Plum Consulting, the report ‘High performance wireless broadband: an opportunity for rural and enterprise 5G’…

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DSA Global Summit 2018 drives the industry forward on how to realise shared spectrum access

London, United Kingdom, 3 May 2018: While interest in spectrum sharing has grown substantially in recent years, spectrum access has become more challenged. This is a key message being discussed today during the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) Global Summit 2018 in London. During a panel titled ‘Is Technology the Best Manager of Spectrum?’ representatives from Ofcom, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), DTG, European Commission, ATDI, LS Telecom and Weightless SIG discussed how the traditional model of spectrum management, based primarily around exclusive access to spectrum or static sharing…

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LS telcom completes Broadcast Measurement in Dallas, USA, via unmanned aircraft system

Measurement confirms broadband antenna pattern for soon to be repacked station Bowie, Maryland / Lichtenau, Germany – LS telcom, a worldwide leader in Spectrum Management and Spectrum Monitoring solutions, today announced that it has recently completed broadcast measurements in Cedar Hill, Texas, USA, via unmanned aircraft system (UAS). The measurement validated both the horizontal and vertical transmission patterns of a newly installed broadband antenna for a local Dallas television station. Leveraging the precision flight of the UAS combined with a specialized measurement payload, the key data was captured over a…

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Regulators Gather at the DSA Global Summit 2017 to Discuss Opportunities Dynamic Spectrum Access Creates to Move From a Place of Spectrum Scarcity to one of Spectrum Abundance

Cape Town, South Africa, 11 May 2017: Regulators representing four different countries from North America, South America and Asia took part in the Regulator Leadership Summit today during day two of the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) Global Summit 2017 in Cape Town, South Africa. One key message became clear – enabling greater use of unlicensed or lightly licensed spectrum enables innovation and growth, as well as creating new solutions for long standing problems such as narrowing the digital divide. The panel, including representatives from Agencia Nacional del Espectro (ANE), Colombia;…

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