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Spectrum for mobile broadband and broadcasting

  • September 2014
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  • IDATE
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  • 85 pages

This document is a part of our "Spectrum" category which includes in 2014:
- 1 dataset in Excel, updated yearly
- 1 state-of-the-art report in PowerPoint, updated yearly
- 4 market reports in Word, each with its synopsis in PowerPoint
- Privileged access to our lead Spectrum analysts

Table Of Contents

Spectrum for mobile broadband and broadcasting
Contents
1. Executive summary 8
2. Methodology and definitions . 12
2.1. General methodology of IDATE's reports . 12
2.2. 2025 scenarios for the UHF band 13
3. Introduction . 14
4. Broadcasting spectrum status. 16
4.1. Cable is becoming the leading mode of TV access on the main TV set. 16
4.2. Varying degrees of network digitisation 17
4.3. Terrestrial TV: slower rate of decline .. 17
4.4. Spectrum used by terrestrial broadcast. 19
4.4.1. Broadcast spectrum in the USA .. 19
4.4.2. Broadcast spectrum in Europe . 20
4.4.3. Digital Dividend(s) reduce the amount of spectrum allocated to broadcasters. 21
4.5. Satellite TV and radio spectrum.. 23
4.5.1. L-Band (1-2 GHz) 25
4.5.2. S-band (2 GHz) 26
4.5.3. C-Band (4-8 GHz) .. 26
4.5.4. Ku and Ka bands. 27
4.5.5. Satellite TV spectrum in Asia 28
5. Mobile spectrum status and future needs. 29
5.1. On-going developments .. 29
5.1.1. At world level. 29
5.1.2. At European level 29
5.2. Mobile spectrum today . 31
5.2.1. Overview of spectrum used for mobile broadband . 31
5.2.2. Mobile spectrum below the UHF band . 32
5.2.3. The 700 MHz band. 33
5.3. New frequency bands for mobile broadband.. 41
5.4. Could parts of the UHF band become new resources for mobile broadband? . 43
5.4.1. Spectrum/mobile licences valuation .. 43
5.4.2. Supplemental Downlink (SDL) . 44
6. Could hybrid networks solve the spectrum scarcity issue in the UHF band?. 46
6.1. Definition of hybrid networks 46
6.2. Rationale for hybrid networks.. 47
6.2.1. Limits of unicast technologies - Comparing unicast and multicast/broadcast delivery.. 47
6.2.2. Why / when use broadcast? .. 48Spectrum for mobile broadband and broadcasting: 2025 scenarios for the UHF band and role for hybrid networks
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6.3. Terrestrial broadcast technologies 48
6.3.1. Digital television - DVB. 48
6.3.2. eMBMS (evolved Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast services) 49
6.4. Technological evolution related to video resolution.. 56
6.5. Hybrid approaches.. 58
6.5.1. Hybrid Broadcast Broadband (HBB).. 59
6.5.2. Tower overlay 61
6.5.3. H2B2VS .. 62
6.5.4. TDF B2M concept .. 63
6.6. Chipset and device for hybrid networks perspective 63
6.6.1. Chipsets .. 63
6.6.2. Antennas and band support .. 64
6.6.3. Power consumption issue .. 64
6.6.4. Set-top boxes and gateways . 65
7. 2025 scenarios for the UHF band in Europe. 67
7.1. Technology roadmap. 67
7.2. Presentation of the scenarios and main assumptions . 68
7.3. Scenario 1 - DTT keeps 470-694 MHz in Europe (‘status quo'). 70
7.4. Scenario 2 - Broadcast networks play a more important role towards mobile devices 71
7.5. Scenario 3 - UHF band mainly used by hybrid networks. 72
7.6. Scenario 4 - UHF band used by mobile networks 73
7.7. Conclusion 74
8. Glossary. 75
9. Annex: ASO (Analogue Switch-off) and DTT RoU (Rights of Use) . 77

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