Auction 5GHz frequency for 5G delayed

The auction of the 3.5 GHz frequency bands for 5G is delayed due to a lawsuit between the government and satellite company Inmarsat. The auction will not be able to take place in April 2022 as originally planned.

The preliminary relief judge of the District Court of Rotterdam has 30 June 2021 pronunciation done with regard to the National Frequency Plan 2014 (NFP), with far-reaching consequences.

Inmarsat uses the necessary frequencies for emergency traffic at sea. If other parties also start using the frequencies, this can cause problems for emergency communication.

However, the 3.5 GHz frequency band is needed to achieve higher speeds with 5G. Many business applications depend on it.

An independent advisory committee must now investigate alternatives and inform the House of this. State Secretary Mona Keijzer has never been able to say anything about the auction before.

Source: Mobile – Emerce by

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