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Study on using millimetre waves bands for the deployment of the 5G ecosystem in the Union

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The study on using millimetre wave bands for the deployment of the 5G ecosystem in the Union (SMART 2017/0015) was carried out by a team led by IDATE DigiWorld with Plum Consulting and Scott Marcus. By: J. Scott Marcus Date: October 17, 2019 Topic: Innovation & Competition Policy The study on using millimetre wave bands for the deployment of the 5G ecosystem in the Union was carried out by a team led by IDATE DigiWorld with Plum Consulting and Scott Marcus.The objectives of the study were the following:Identify the state of play and the prospects for the use of the mm-waves frequency bands14, for the 5G ecosystem;Clarify the role of the ’26 GHz’ band and the use of the adjacent ’28 GHz’ band for fixed and/or satellite;Contribute to the assessment of opportunities for electronic

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The study on using millimetre wave bands for the deployment of the 5G ecosystem in the Union (SMART 2017/0015) was carried out by a team led by IDATE DigiWorld with Plum Consulting and Scott Marcus.

By: Date: October 17, 2019 Topic: Innovation & Competition Policy

The study on using millimetre wave bands for the deployment of the 5G ecosystem in the Union was carried out by a team led by IDATE DigiWorld with Plum Consulting and Scott Marcus.

The objectives of the study were the following:

  • Identify the state of play and the prospects for the use of the mm-waves frequency bands14, for the 5G ecosystem;
  • Clarify the role of the ’26 GHz’ band and the use of the adjacent ’28 GHz’ band for fixed and/or satellite;
  • Contribute to the assessment of opportunities for electronic communications as well as other relevant services, in line with the 5G Action Plan (5GAP);
  • Assess the potential health effects due to exposure to the electromagnetic fields (EMF)

The results of the study will contribute to the assessment of opportunities for electronic communications as well as other relevant services, in line with the 5G Action Plan (5GAP). The assignment was broken down into five tasks. The first task comprises the identification of potential 5G services in the mm-waves bands & analysis of the potential demand. Task 2 covers the analysis of potential co-existence scenarios and assessment of the prospects for the evolution of the business environment. The third task is the analytical overview of applicable spectrum authorisation rules in each relevant band. Task 4 provides an assessment of the prospects for the development of hybrid scenarios or systems in the European 5G context, and their impact on efficient spectrum use. Task 5 focuses on the analysis of the potential health effects due to exposure to the electromagnetic fields (EMF).

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