This document proposes changes to the National Telephone Numbering Plan to clarify that 07X numbers, known as mobile numbers, are to be used for identifying mobile apparatus as the destination for electronic communications services.
This document sets out proposals to allow consumers to operate two categories of mobile phone repeaters on a licence-exempt basis i.e. with no need for a licence.
We're consulting on our proposal to make new regulations by statutory instrument that would amend the existing Wireless Telegraphy licence exemption criteria for Ultra Wideband (UWB) devices.
An application by MuxCo Wales Limited ("MuxCo"), the holder of the local radio multiplex licence for Mid & West Wales, to extend the licensed area for its service to include Swansea, has been refused by Ofcom.
We want information from stakeholders to inform our work to make spectrum in the 26 GHz band available for 5G wireless networks.
This document confirms Ofcom’s intended approach to expanding spectrum access for future mobile services in the 3.6GHz to 3.8GHz band in order to enable consumers and citizens across the UK to benefit from future mobile services including 5G.
This document consults on plans to enable access to additional frequencies for broadband fixed wireless access in the 5725-5850 MHz band, known as the 5.8 GHz band.
This document sets out Ofcom’s decision to make regulations that will allow Wi-Fi use in the 5.8 GHz band.
This document sets out proposed Regulations for the award by auction of radio spectrum licences in the 2.3 and 3.4 GHz bands.
This document is consulting on the policy for authorising use of spectrum in the range 1781.7 - 1785 MHz block paired with 1876.7 - 1880 MHz block, which we refer to as the "DECT guard band".
We are consulting on our proposal to make new regulations that would enable airline passengers to use mobile devices (with 2G, 3G and 4G technologies) onboard aircraft without the need for a wireless telegraphy licence.
This consultation presents our technical analysis of coexistence issues between future mobile services in the 700 MHz band and digital terrestrial television (DTT) in the adjacent band.
We set out our proposals to modify our previous notice so that PMSE users will continue to be able to use the 700 MHz guard band (694 to 703 MHz) beyond 1 May 2020.
Government has decided to fund a grant scheme to support PMSE equipment owners that have to vacate the 700 MHz band earlier than expected.
Two statutory notices of Ofcom’s proposals to make changes to spectrum trading regulations for mobile services in the 3600 to 3800 MHz band.
This document sets out the changes we are making to the way spectrum in the 410 MHz to 450 MHz (UHF Band 1) and 450 MHz to 470 MHz (UHF Band 2) bands is managed to better address the requirements of current and future users.
This document provides notice of, and invites stakeholders’ views on, Ofcom’s proposal to make two statutory instruments in connection with the award of spectrum in the 2.3 GHz and 3.4 GHz bands. These are a limitation order and regulations amending The Wireless Telegraphy (Register) Regulations 2012.
This document sets out Ofcom’s decision to exempt commercial multi-user ‘gateway’ devices, known as COMUGs, from the licensing requirements set out in the Wireless Telegraphy Act 2006.
Ofcom exists to make communications markets work for everyone. To achieve this, we are proposing three main goals: to promote competition and ensure that markets work effectively for consumers; to secure standards and improve quality; and to protect consumers from harm.
Award of the 2.3 and 3.4 GHz spectrum bands. Competition issues and auction regulations
Ofcom sets technical standards for the digital terrestrial TV platform (also often known as Freeview). This statement sets out the changes we are making to the technical codes in order to ensure that they remain relevant and proportionate, and that they reflect current technology and broadcast industry practice.