Offer radio

Spectrum-radio equipment

Mynediad di-wifr sefydlog (y band 5725 – 5850 MHz)

Cyhoeddwyd: 10 Gorffennaf 2024

The 5.8 GHz licence (5725 – 5850 MHz band) can allow point-to-multipoint equipment for WISP Solutions, broadband internet access, and IP video surveillance

Ofcom yn Glastonbury 2024

Cyhoeddwyd: 5 Gorffennaf 2024

Gŵyl Glastonbury yw un o ddigwyddiadau diwylliannol mwyaf y DU – eleni daeth 210,000 o bobl i’r digwyddiad i wylio’r artistiaid niferus ac yn eu plith Dua Lipa, Coldplay a SZA.

Fixed terrestrial links

Cyhoeddwyd: 5 Mawrth 2024

Diweddarwyd diwethaf: 4 Gorffennaf 2024

Fixed Terrestrial Links or Fixed Wireless Systems (FWS) refer to terrestrial based wireless systems, operating between two or more fixed points.

Gwybodaeth i drwyddedeion radio amatur

Cyhoeddwyd: 4 Gorffennaf 2024

Guidance for amateur radio users, sometimes known as ham radio, which is both a hobby and a service that uses various types of radio equipment.

Porth trwyddedu Ofcom ar gyfer radio awyrennau, radio amatur a radio llongau

Cyhoeddwyd: 4 Gorffennaf 2024

Welcome to the Ofcom Amateur Radio and Ships Radio Licensing Portal.

Trwyddedau Mynediad Lleol

Cyhoeddwyd: 10 Gorffennaf 2024

Diweddarwyd diwethaf: 3 Gorffennaf 2024

A local access licence allows the sharing of spectrum that is already licensed, where a particular frequency is not being used.

NFL London 2024: New York Jets vs Minnesota Vikings

Cyhoeddwyd: 16 Ionawr 2024

Diweddarwyd diwethaf: 25 Mehefin 2024

Statement: Analogue Radio Technical Code

Cyhoeddwyd: 26 Ionawr 2024

Diweddarwyd diwethaf: 17 Mehefin 2024

Ofcom has consulted on updates to our Site Engineering Code for Analogue Radio Broadcast Transmission Systems.

Radio 2 In The Park

Cyhoeddwyd: 16 Ionawr 2024

Diweddarwyd diwethaf: 2 Mai 2024

Spectrum Pricing: A framework for setting cost based fees

Cyhoeddwyd: 22 Ebrill 2024

Ofcom today published a consultation proposing a new framework for setting cost based fees for spectrum licences issued under the Wireless Telegraphy Act 2006. This document builds on Ofcom’s Strategic Review of Spectrum Pricing (SRSP) published in 2010 and the principle that where cost based fees apply, they should reflect the costs Ofcom incurs in managing access to spectrum.

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