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Enabling Dynamic Spectrum Management


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Presentations from the UK SPF Cluster 2: Public Sector Spectrum Release (PSSR) - Utilities and 5G

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Enabling Dynamic Spectrum Management

  1. 1. Enabling dynamic spectrum management (DSM) Adam Leach, Director of Emerging Technology @adamhleach
  2. 2. About us We’re responsible for a vital part of today’s UK internet infrastructure. Building on this expertise, we’re developing leading-edge technologies to support the internet of tomorrow.
  3. 3. Nominet’s role in DSM • Led Ofcom trials for TV White Space (TVWS) by developing geo-location database and deployed TVWS network in Oxford. • 1st database operator to qualify in the UK • Operational database available in the UK from 1st January 2016
  4. 4. 1st commercial network to use DSM on the Isle of Arran Commercial deployments in Llanarth and Inverness
  5. 5. DSM worldwide • Nominet is deploying TVWS in the US to support Microsoft’s Airband initiative • Nominet is working with directly with regulators worldwide who are adopting TVWS including many countries in Africa and South America • Developing database solutions for 3.5GHz in the US for CBRS
  6. 6. Nominet has built a global platform for dynamic spectrum
  7. 7. Benefits of DSM • Is available today! • Proven method to protects incumbent users from interference • Provides users with efficient and flexible access • Can be applied to multiple frequency bands, each with its own rules • Provides regulators with flexibility to adjust rules based on usage data
  8. 8. Delivering future-proof networks for the Utility sector • Nominet’s DSM solution can: • Allow access between 406MHz and 430MHz based on time and location • Protect incumbent users: Ministry of Defence • Provide flexible on-demand access to 470MHz to 698MHz (via TV whitespace) if other frequencies are not available • Use future proof equipment that can be reused at 700MHz All that’s needed is Utilities companies to participate in a trial
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