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5G snapshot series: Spectrum

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5G, and its ultra-high download and upload speeds, promise to strengthen connectivity, accelerate networks and improve Australians' daily lives.

In our 5G "snapshot" series, we take a key component of 5G deployment and consider the state of play domestically and abroad. In this second 'snapshot' of the series, we're looking at different regions' approaches to allocating 5G spectrum.

Because frequency bands have different characteristics, governments and network operators need to harness contiguous spectrum in several frequency ranges to truly deliver the promises of 5G.

With operators already starting to offer 5G services, click below to learn more about how regulators worldwide are allocating vital spectrum assets.

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5G snapshot series: Spectrum
In the second snapshot of this series, we look at different regions’ approaches to allocating 5G spectrum.

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