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Re: Ofcom Update: Award of available spectrum: 10 GHz,28 GHz,32 GHz and 40 GHz - discussion document on 10 GHz and the London 2012OlympicGames and Paralympic Games



Possibly I am misreading this document but if, as i suspect, Ofcom is 
going to free up a large chunk of microwave spectrum for the Games, this 
will leave huge capacity once the Games are done and dusted. Should 
therefore, RSGB start lobbying now to mop up the spare space once the 
Games have gone? It seems like an opportunity too good to miss and on 
that basis, it probably is! However, if I am right, then RSGB should 
start NOW to investigate and put together an action plan! (lets face it, 
they need a good couple of years to do anything)

David
M0ZLB/KG4ZLB






David Barber wrote:
> Note the Response Due Date!
>
>
> Ofcom today published a discussion document on 10 GHz and the London 2012
> Olympic Games and Paralympic Games.  The document proposes a condition that
> could be included in the licences that are awarded if Ofcom concludes that
> it may need to make the spectrum available to meet the needs of the Games.
>
> Ofcom continues to consider how to proceed with awarding wireless-telegraphy
> licences to use the 10 GHz, 28 GHz, 32 GHz and 40 GHz bands and plans to
> publish further documents in the spring.
>
> Responses to the discussion document published today are due by 12 April
> 2007.
>
> Further information can be found at: 
>  
> http://www.ofcom.org.uk/consult/condocs/2012olympics/
>
>
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