On 21 January 2020, the Secretary of State issued a Public Interest Intervention Notice concerning the acquisition by Daily Mail and General Trust plc of JPI Media Publications Limited.
We have set out our proposals for making the auction regulations necessary to implement our revised design for the 700 MHz and 3.6-3.8 GHz spectrum auction.
We are proposing to make the lower 6 GHz band available for wifi, to improve the wifi experience for people and businesses.
We are proposing to enable greater access to Extremely High Frequency (EHF) spectrum in the 100-200 GHz frequency range, given the potential to support a range of new wireless services in the future.
We have today set out our planned programme of work for the next financial year.
We are proposing to revoke the licence exemption for the use of Railway Level Crossing Radar Sensor Systems and to introduce a national licence for this equipment.
We are consulting on revised proposals for the auction spectrum in the 700 MHz and 3.6-3.8 GHz bands.
We propose to update the spectrum trading and register regulations to include the new Shared Access Licences and Local Access Licences.
We have decided to change the technical parameters allowed for licence exempt in-vehicle low gain mobile phone repeaters and amend the Wireless Telegraphy (Mobile Repeater) (Exemption) Regulations 2018 to implement these changes.
Openreach has announced plans for a trial in Salisbury in which it aims to migrate customers to full fibre and then withdraw copper services there at the end of 2022.
This statement explains how we will allow more people and businesses to use spectrum from a choice of frequency bands.
We are consulting on proposals made by four licensees to amend the technical conditions of four Spectrum Access 3.4 GHz licences, one Spectrum Access 3.5 GHz licence and one Spectrum Access 3.6 GHz licence.
We are today making the regulations which give effect to this decision. The new fees will become effective on 17 July 2019 (in respect of the 3.4 GHz spectrum) and 31 July 2019 (in respect of the 3.6 GHz spectrum)..
We are consulting on new proposals to help defragment the 3.4-3.8 GHz band.
In this document, we set out proposals for an award of the 700 MHz and 3.6-3.8 GHz spectrum to enable the industry to provide services with greater capacity and wider coverage.
This document provides notice of, and invites stakeholders’ views on, Ofcom’s proposals to make four statutory instruments in connection with the award of spectrum in the 700 MHz and 3.6–3.8 GHz bands.
Statement of our plan of work for the next financial year(2019/20).
This document provides notice of, and invites stakeholders’ views on, Ofcom’s proposals to make regulations for the award by auction of radio spectrum licences in the 700 MHz and 3.6-3.8 GHz bands.
In this document, we set out for stakeholders the criteria and methodology we propose to impose for assessing compliance with the proposed coverage obligations, including the coverage model we intend to use.
Ofcom consulted on proposals for satellite filing charges in June 2018, and received support for our preferred charging option, with some refinements suggested. This statement sets out the charges that we are now introducing, and serves as our Notice of Charges for 2019/20.
Ofcom proposes to make an amendment to the Wireless Telegraphy (Automotive Short Range Radar) (Exemption) Regulations 2013.