5G licences - How 5G is altering frequency allocations

As markets around the world gear up for 5G, new frequency bands are being put up for auction. Among them are frequency bands that have been little used up to now, due to major reception issues with devices.
Combined with the advent of new antenna technologies, 5G makes it possible to use these frequencies, and enables new services.

This report answers the following questions:

  • What are the classic criteria for assessing a frequency band’s value?
  • What will 5G change in how frequencies are valued?
  • What do preliminary results inside and outside Europe tell us?

1. Executive Summary
1.1. Main findings
1.2. First 5G auctions

2. Methodology & definitions
2.1. General methodology of IDATE DigiWorld’s reports
2.2. Methodology specific to this report
2.2.1. Scope of the benchmark
2.2.2. Reference formulas

3. Auction results that depend on multiples factors
3.1. Frequencies’ intrinsic value
3.1.1. Value relative to the associated rollout
3.1.2. Activating a new technology
3.2. The market
3.2.1. Auction results proportionate to mobile revenue
3.2.2. The challenge of standing out from the competition through quality of service

4. 5G introduces new criteria
4.1. New frequencies being proposed for 5G
4.1.1. Three main groups of frequencies for different uses
4.1.2. The latest technologies are boosting the value of high-band frequencies
4.1.3. The ability to monetise frequencies depends on business models
4.2. Post-mortem of the first auctions
4.2.1. New criteria coming into play
4.2.2. Analysis of the first results

5. Annexes
5.1. Auctions over time
5.1.1. In Europe
5.1.2. Outside Europe
5.2. The regulator’s challenges


5G licences - How 5G is altering frequency allocations

As markets around the world gear up for 5G, new frequency bands are being put up for auction. Among them are frequency bands that have been little used up to

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