Spectrum access rights, to a spectrum frequency band, have traditionally been allocated to certain industry sector users by the ITU and in turn licensed by national regulators, typically on an exclusive rights basis. Recently, we have also seen a significant growth in the open “unlicensed” spectrum ranges, such as Wi-Fi where access is given by allowing “sharing” or… Read More »
telcoconsulting recently presented a paper entitled “valuation and pricing” at the techUK Spectrum Policy Forum on spectrum sharing within the 3.8-4.2 GHz band, which highlighted our initial thoughts on this complex subject. Valuations of a spectrum band typically considers the specification of the frequency band, its location (country or geographic area), and allocations of the band to sectors,… Read More »
We are delighted to share the details of our guest presentation to the Spectrum Policy Forum 26 January 2017, held at TechUK. The presentation was given by Anna Coast and Bob Franklin of telcoconsulting. Further information is available from TechUK website and the paper is available as a free PDF download.
Building on their recent successfully delivered training courses, telcoconsulting was invited by the Director of the ITU-R Radio Communication Bureau to provide an intensive training course on “Spectrum Finance” at their global headquarters in Geneva in October 2016. Training topics included “financial impact of spectrum policy/licensing, “valuation methods relating to Spectrum including a mobile licence case study” and… Read More »
We are delighted to announce our latest 1-day course on “The Spectrum Business – A Financial Perspective” in conjunction with techUK. The course will be held on 21 October 2016 at the City Offices of techUK in London, Further information and course registration details are available on the techUK course details page.
Anna and Bob delivered a highly successful 2-day course on “Valuing the Spectrum” in May 2016 to an international group from the Americas, the Caribbean, USA, Middle East, Europe as well as the UK. Feedback comments included ”a most productive two days” and “I commend the depth and clarity of the issues tackled”.