The Danish Energy Agency has prepared a new frequency strategy

The Danish Energy Agency has developed a new spectrum strategy that takes into account developments and future initiatives that should be implemented in the field of spectrum.

Technological development is going fast, and new services are constantly emerging that need radio frequencies.

In addition, data consumption is rising sharply in recent years, partly as a consequence of the increasing digitalisation. And both consumers and businesses are using their cell phones and other wireless devices more than ever.

While existing services need to have more space in the frequency spectrum, space must also be found for the new ones, and it is important that radio frequencies can be made available when the needs arise. Overall, it increases the pressure on radio frequencies, which is a limited resource.

There is thus a need for the spectrum strategy to be updated at regular intervals, so that it takes into account the most important initiatives that should be implemented in the field of spectrum in the future, and so that the right priorities can be made.

The Danish Energy Agency has therefore prepared a new frequency strategy, which sets out the priorities in the frequency area for the next five to ten years. The frequency strategy has been prepared by the Danish Energy Agency with the involvement of Danish stakeholders and is updated every four to five years..

The Danish Energy Agency has met with great interest from stakeholders to contribute to the work on the strategy. The new frequency strategy thus provides a good starting point for the collaboration between stakeholders and the Danish Energy Agency in the coming years.


Source: IT-Kanalen by it-kanalen.dk.

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