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Second consultation on assessment of future mobile competition and proposals for the award of 800 MHz and 2.6 GHz spectrum and related issues

This consultation sets out a number of new proposals for making 4G mobile spectrum available in the UK. This includes proposals to extend coverage to at least 98% of the UK population and revised plans to promote competition.

Consultation published 12|01|2012

Addendum published 17|02|2012 - please see below.

Statement, Annexes & Associated Documents

Crynodeb Gweithredol  PDF Document  (90 kB)

The award of 800 MHz and 2.6 GHz spectrum  PDF Document  (1356 kB)

Information Memorandum

The award of 800 MHz and 2.6 GHz spectrum - Annexes  PDF Document  (3180 kB)

Information Memorandum

Service Areas; Test Points  CSV Document  (107 kB)

Information Memorandum - Ofcom has published a revised csv file for the test points for the coverage areas of the DTT stations requiring protection. This is to correct a few small anomalies that were noticed in the test points for three of the stations (the test points included in the annex of the Information Memorandum itself do not have these anomalies and still apply).

Test Points in MapInfo  Winzip File  (61 kB)

Information Memorandum - To assist individuals wanting to plot the test points as polygons in mapping software, we are also now publishing these test points in MapInfo format in a zip file.

Spectrum value of 800MHz 1800MHz and 2.6GHz  PDF Document  (1001 kB)

Redacted report by DotEcon and Aetha Report

Spectrum value of 800MHz 1800MHz and 2.6GHz  PDF Document  (2528 kB)

Non redacted report by DotEcon and Aetha Report

LTE User Equipment Coexistence with 862 - 870MHz  PDF Document  (925 kB)

Published 16|08|12

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Consultation is now closed

Consultation Dates

Start date: 12 January 2012
End date: 22 March 2012

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