Digiworld Summit 2013
Spectrum Policy Act II

SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT:
KEY ISSUES AND ROADMAP TO 2015
Gilles Brégant
gilles.br...
Spectrum needs increase – for all users
Mobile data traffic: about 70% annual growth rate in 2012

High definition, 3D, UH...
The need to manage spectrum is reinforced
Increase
in
demand
for
services

Fixed resource
(public domain from
9 MHz to 300...
Lighter allocation procedures / heavier spectrum
operation and maintenance needs

Ex ante

Ex post
Auctions
Sharing
Techno...
The wireless broadband case
RSPP identified a need of 1200 MHz of spectrum by 2015.

RSPG set the scene of possible spectr...
Wireless broadband: bands under review
« 700 MHz » band (694-790 MHz)

Rest of « UHF » (470-694 MHz)
L Band
2 GHz bands

2...
Rearranging borders enables development

transition
700 MHz status today within ITU
700 MHz band in Region 1
allocated to mobile service on
a co-primary basis (WRC-12),
effec...
700 MHz band in France
1

Explore all scenarios for a liberation of the band
between 2017-2022

2
Prime Minister decision ...
Work in progress in France: 4G roll-out
ANFR’s mission: monitor and authorize deployments while protecting users (DTT
inte...
Smarter spectrum sharing

Mission to Joëlle Toledano
Professor of Econmics,
Supélec

Report to Minister
Fleur Pellerin exp...
Spectrum & Innovation Conference
Full proceedings now available in English and French

http://conference.anfr.fr
Thank you!

Follow ANFR on Twitter
@Anfrtweet
Gilles BREGANT
Gilles.bregant@anfr.fr
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Gilles BREGANT, Directeur général, ANFR

Gilles BRÉGANT est né à Chambéry en septembre 1963. Il est diplômé de l’école Polytechnique (1986) et de l’Ecole nationale supérieure des Télécommunication (1988).

Après 8 ans au Centre National d’Etudes des Télécommunications de France Télécom, il a rejoint le cabinet du Secrétaire d’Etat à la Recherche comme conseiller technique en charge des dossiers internationaux des technologies de l’information et des sciences (1996-1997).

Il a ensuite rejoint la Direction générale de l’industrie où il s’est vu confier la sous-direction « Programmes et Prospective » du service des technologies de l’Information. En 2001, il est nommé secrétaire général de la « Mission pour l’Economie numérique ». En 2005 il rejoint le Conseil supérieur de l’audiovisuel (CSA) comme directeur des technologies.

Depuis janvier 2011, Gilles Brégant est le directeur général de l’Agence nationale des fréquences. Il a été élu président du RSPG en novembre 2012.

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Spectrum Management: key issues and roadmap to 2015 - Gilles BREGANT, ANFR - Spectrum Policy Executive Seminar - DigiWorld Summit 2013

  1. 1. Digiworld Summit 2013 Spectrum Policy Act II SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT: KEY ISSUES AND ROADMAP TO 2015 Gilles Brégant gilles.bregant@anfr.fr
  2. 2. Spectrum needs increase – for all users Mobile data traffic: about 70% annual growth rate in 2012 High definition, 3D, UHD for television Digital radio Video-based PPDR networks PMSE Drones e-traffic, smart grids for power supply, e-health, internet of things Smarter technologies help to accommodate new services Extra spectrum must be released by 2020
  3. 3. The need to manage spectrum is reinforced Increase in demand for services Fixed resource (public domain from 9 MHz to 300 GHz) Strong and/or fragmented occupation Need for regulation
  4. 4. Lighter allocation procedures / heavier spectrum operation and maintenance needs Ex ante Ex post Auctions Sharing Technology neutrality… QoS enforcement Usage monitoring Interference management
  5. 5. The wireless broadband case RSPP identified a need of 1200 MHz of spectrum by 2015. RSPG set the scene of possible spectrum resources to respond to wireless broadband needs in the future by identifying spectrum bands.
  6. 6. Wireless broadband: bands under review « 700 MHz » band (694-790 MHz) Rest of « UHF » (470-694 MHz) L Band 2 GHz bands 2.3 GHz harmonised band High capacity for MBB (3,4-3,8 GHz /3,8-4,2 GHz) 5 GHz for WiFi extension Technical issues have become major public policy issues
  7. 7. Rearranging borders enables development transition
  8. 8. 700 MHz status today within ITU 700 MHz band in Region 1 allocated to mobile service on a co-primary basis (WRC-12), effective in 2015 The lower edge of the allocation is subject to refinement at WRC-15 The technical and regulatory conditions applicable will be specified at WRC-15
  9. 9. 700 MHz band in France 1 Explore all scenarios for a liberation of the band between 2017-2022 2 Prime Minister decision to come: conciliate the need for very high speed mobile connectivity with the respect of the free DTT platform while valuing this public domain resource to its best
  10. 10. Work in progress in France: 4G roll-out ANFR’s mission: monitor and authorize deployments while protecting users (DTT interferences and public exposure to magnetic fields). ANFR Observatory: number of « supports » authorized since Nov-12.
  11. 11. Smarter spectrum sharing Mission to Joëlle Toledano Professor of Econmics, Supélec Report to Minister Fleur Pellerin expected in March 2014
  12. 12. Spectrum & Innovation Conference Full proceedings now available in English and French http://conference.anfr.fr
  13. 13. Thank you! Follow ANFR on Twitter @Anfrtweet Gilles BREGANT Gilles.bregant@anfr.fr
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