GSM Assn. suggests regulators divvy up Q/V-band

by Peter B. de Selding

Veena Rawat, senior spectum advisor to the GSM Association, proposed to use the untapped Q/V-band spectrum to craft a new way for satellite and terrestrial wireless interests to share frequency bands. Credit: ITU

 

WASHINGTON — The terrestrial wireless industry’s GSM Association is proposing that radio spectrum regulators use the largely untapped Q/V-band radio spectrum as a template for frequency sharing with satellite systems.

Veena Rawat, who as GSMA’s senior spectrum advisor is often deployed to satellite-centric conferences to make the case for co-existence with satellite systems, said there’s still time to . . .

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