World Mobile Spectrum: Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2009-2018

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The World mobile spectrum package includes two deliverables:

A yearly updated database: an excellent tool to benchmark the different markets on a country level and to identify current and future LTE frequency bands. It presents the current status of the main mobile broadband frequency bands and the issue of the auction processes including price paid by the operators, frequency bandwidth and detailed information on the regulatory status.
A yearly updated status report delivering an overview of the latest developments in the spectrum field including the main evolutions of the regulatory framework, spectrum sharing issues and new radio technologies, the 700 MHz band status, mobile spectrum in Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia Pacific, North and South America, and Africa Middle East, and spectrum valuation.

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Table of Content

1. Executive summary

2. Methodology

3. Major trends in the regulatory framework
3.1. Main radio spectrum 'trends' for 2014-2015
3.2. Lessons from the World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-12)
3.3. WRC-15 (2-27 Nov. 2015, Geneva): potential new frequency bands for mobile
3.4. Supplemental downlink (SDL)
3.5. New frequency bands
3.6. LTE in unlicensed bands: LTE-U

4. Spectrum sharing & new radio technologies
4.1. Spectrum sharing
4.2. Carrier aggregation
4.3. Uptake of TDD-LTE networks

5. LTE spectrum
5.1. LTE spectrum
5.2. Main LTE frequency bands: FDD
5.3. Main LTE frequency bands: TDD

6. The 700 MHz band
6.1. The 700 MHz band: a new harmonized frequency band for LTE?
6.2. Wide adoption of the APT plan for the 700 MHz band in Latin America
6.3. The 700 MHz band: different band plans between the USA and Europe
6.4. The 700 MHz band: duplex gap, guard bands and PPDR networks
6.5. The 700 MHz band: duplex gap and PPDR networks
6.6. PPDR 5Public Protection and Disaster Relief) frequency bands
6.7. Scenarios for broadband PPDR towards spectrum
6.8 The 700 MHz band in Asia-Pacific

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7. Mobile spectrum in Western Europe

8. Mobile spectrum in Eastern Europe

9. Mobile spectrum in Asia-Pacific

10. Mobile spectrum in North America

11. Mobile spectrum in Latin America

12. Mobile spectrum in Africa - Middle-East

13. 4G spectrum follow-up & license valuation
13.1. Comparison of frequency allocations of mobile operators
13.2. 4G spectrum price: "Premium" spectrum
13.3. 4G spectrum price: 1800 MHz band
13.4. 4G spectrum price: higher frequency bands

4. Spectrum sharing & new radio technologies
Table 1: Advantages and constraints of LSA
Table 2: Frequency band combinations for carrier aggregation
Table 3: Improvements on CA introduced in Release 11 (frozen in 2013)

5. LTE spectrum
Table 4: Main LTE frequency bands
Table 5: Main frequency bands for UMTS/HSPA/LTE deployment - FDD mode
Table 6: Main frequency bands for UMTS/HSPA/LTE deployment - TDD mode

6. The 700 MHz band
Table 7: Status of the 700 MHz band (August 2014)

13. 4G spectrum follow-up & license valuation
Table 8: FDD spectrum assets for selected operators (August 2014)

3. Major trends in the regulatory framework
Figure 1: First and second Digital Dividend
Figure 2: Agenda for the METIS project runs after the WRC-18/19
Figure 3: Principle of supplemental downlink
Figure 4: 450 MHZ spectrum in Brazil
Figure 5: L-Band: example of channel rasters
Figure 6: 2300 MHz band allocations globally
Figure 7: 2300 MHz band allocations in the USA
Figure 8: Harmonized frequency arrangements for the 3.4-3.8 GHz band
Figure 9: Use of the 5 GHz frequency band in the USA for WiFi
Figure 10: The 60 GHz band channel by region
Figure 11: Qualcomm view of LTE-U in the 5 GHz band

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4. Spectrum sharing & new radio technologies
Figure 12: The "licensed shared access" concept
Figure 13: Example of carrier aggregation
Figure 14: Evolution of LTE Carrier Aggregation in 3GPP
Figure 15: Number of TD-LTE networks launched, by frequency band
Figure 16: Combination of FDD and TDD frequencies in commercial FDD-TDD networks

6. The 700 MHz band
Figure 17: Possible implementation of 2x30 MHz FDD band in 700 MHz (lower duplexer)
Figure 18: 700 MHz band plan in the USA
Figure 19: Overlap between 700 MHz APT band plan and 800 MHz band
Figure 20: Potential channeling arrangements in the 700 MHz within CEPT in Europe
Figure 21: Network sharing between commercial and PPDR networks
Figure 22: Current narrowband and potential broadband PPDR bands
Figure 23: 700 MHz band plan in Australia

13. 4G spectrum follow-up & license valuation
Figure 24: FDD spectrum assets for selected operators (July 2014)
Figure 25: Price (eurocents) per MHz per pop. (for 10 years) - 1800 MHz
Figure 26: Price (eurocents) per MHz per pop. (for 10 years) - 2.6 GHz

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