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4G・5Gスペクトルガイド:2019年

4G and 5G Spectrum Guide 2019

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4G・5Gスペクトルガイド:2019年 4G and 5G Spectrum Guide 2019
出版日: 2018年12月13日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

当レポートでは、4G・5Gモバイルサービスのガイドを提供しており、主要な機器・ソフトウェアベンダーおよびモバイル・衛星オペレーターの戦略、主要諸国における政策開発の概要などについてまとめています。

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第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 現在のモバイル周波数帯

  • 概要
  • 450 MHz
  • 600 MHz
  • 700 MHz
  • 800 MHz
  • 850 MHz
  • 900 MHz
  • L-バンド
  • 1800 MHz
  • 2.1. GHz
  • 2.3. GHz
  • 2.6. GHz
  • 3.5. GHz
  • 3.7. - 4.2 GHz
  • 5.1-5.9 GHz

第3章 5G周波数帯の提案

  • 概要
  • 3-6 GHz
  • 6-10 GHz
  • 10-20 GHz
  • 20-30 GHz
  • 30-40 GHz
  • 40-50 GHz
  • 50-60 GHz
  • 60-70 GHz
  • 70-80 GHz
  • 80-90 GHz
  • 90 GHz 以上

第4章 ベンダー

  • 概要
  • Samsung Electronics
  • Nokia
  • Cisco
  • Ericsson
  • Intel
  • Huawei Technologies
  • Qualcomm

第5章 オペレーター

  • 概要
  • Deutsche Telekom Group
  • Telefonica Group
  • Vodafone Group
  • SoftBank Group
  • China Mobile
  • Orange Group
  • Verizon Wireless
  • NTTドコモ

第6章 衛星

  • 概要
  • Inmarsat
  • SES
  • Airbus

第7章 OTT企業

  • 概要
  • Google
  • Facebook
  • Microsoft

第8章 主要経済諸国における政策

  • 概要
  • 中国
  • インド
  • 米国
  • ブラジル
  • 日本
  • ドイツ
  • フランス
  • 英国
  • カナダ

第9章 調査手法

目次

Executive summary

This report is the complete guide to spectrum use for 4G and 5G mobile services.

It provides profiles of each band and outlines the strategies of major equipment and software vendors, as well mobile and satellite operators. It also gives an overview of policy developments in the biggest economies.

Context

WRC-19

The biggest influence on future spectrum usage is the ITU's World Radiocommunication Conference and the next one, WRC-19, starts in October 2019. The previous conference, WRC-15, agreed what are effectively global mobile allocations in the L-band (1427-1518 MHz) and in the lower part of the C-band (3400-3600 MHz). It also decided that WRC-19 should identify high frequency spectrum for the developing 5G technologies. 11 bands are currently being studied by the ITU's working groups: 26 GHz, 32 GHz, five bands in 37 - 43.5 GHz, 47 GHz, 52 GHz, 66 - 76 GHz; and 81 - 86 GHz.

5G: an ambitious vision dogged by uncertainty

5G's vision is for peak data rates of 20 Gbit/s - about 1000 times faster than 4G, a latency of 1 millisecond, and the ability to cope with billions of IoT connections. It is the first mobile technology to focus on providing services beyond voice telephony or mobile broadband. 5G's business model is designed to address new “vertical” markets in the automotive sector, utilities, e-Health and industry automation.

This vision has been criticised for failing to take into account the huge costs of building a network in mid-range and mmWave bands, where propagation is much reduced. Taking the UK as a case study, this cost has been estimated at £2-10 billion when operators paid about £1 billion for their 4G networks. Critics also say ARPUs are declining and customers are not willing to pay more for higher speeds, particularly when these deliver little appreciable benefit.

European operators have made sceptical comments about 5G's business case, particularly in the mmWaves, and their current plans are focussed on deployments in 3.5 GHz. However, operators in the USA have already started limited commercial services. in 28 GHz and 39 GHz.

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Table of Contents

Executive summary

  • Context
  • Current mobile bands
  • 5G bands
  • Vendors
  • Operators
  • Satellite industry
  • OTT players
  • Policy in the leading economies

1. Introduction

  • Aims
  • Structure
  • Context

2. Current mobile bands

  • Overview
  • 450 MHz
  • 600 MHz
  • 700 MHz
  • 800 MHz
  • 850 MHz
  • 900 MHz
  • L-band
  • 1800 MHz
  • 2.1. GHz
  • 2.3. GHz
  • 2.6. GHz
  • 3.5. GHz
  • 3.7. - 4.2 GHz
  • 5.1-5.9 GHz

3. Proposed 5G bands

  • Overview
  • 3-6 GHz
  • 6-10 GHz
  • 10-20 GHz
  • 20-30 GHz
  • 30-40 GHz
  • 40-50 GHz
  • 50-60 GHz
  • 60-70 GHz
  • 70-80 GHz
  • 80-90 GHz
  • 90 GHz and above

4. Vendors

  • Overview
  • Samsung Electronics
  • Nokia
  • Cisco
  • Ericsson
  • Intel
  • Huawei Technologies
  • Qualcomm

5. Operators

  • Overview
  • Deutsche Telekom Group
  • Telefonica Group
  • Vodafone Group
  • SoftBank Group
  • China Mobile
  • Orange Group
  • Verizon Wireless
  • NTT DOCOMO

6. Satellite

  • Overview
  • Inmarsat
  • SES
  • Airbus

7. OTT players

  • Overview
  • Google
  • Facebook
  • Microsoft

8. Policy in the leading economies

  • Overview
  • China
  • India
  • United States
  • Brazil
  • Japan
  • Germany
  • France
  • United Kingdom
  • Canada

9. Methodology for diagrams

  • About the PolicyTracker Spectrum Database
  • General points about the graphs
  • Specific points about individual diagrams

List of figures

  • 1) Categorising current mobile bands
  • 2) WRC-19: Preliminary views on ITU candidate bands
  • 3) Map: ITU regions
  • 4) The 12 most-used mobile bands
  • 5) Spectrum usage: the progression from 2G to 5G
  • 6) Most used 4G bands
  • 7) Categorizing the 4G bands
  • 8) Technological progression for current mobile bands
  • 9) 450 MHz: regional usage by technology
  • 10) Map: 450 MHz deployment in the major economies
  • 11) 600 MHz bandplan
  • 12) 700 MHz usage by technology
  • 13) 700 MHz: Regional usage by technology
  • 14) 700 MHz US bandplan
  • 15) 700 MHz APT bandplan
  • 16) Map: 700 MHz deployment in the major economies
  • 17) Map: 800 MHz deployment in the major economies
  • 18) 800 MHz pricing
  • 19) 850 MHz usage by ITU regions
  • 20) 850 MHz: Regional usage by technology
  • 21) Map: 850 MHz deployment in the major economies
  • 22) 900 MHz: Regional usage by technology
  • 23) Map: 900 MHz deployment in the major economies
  • 24) Map: L-band deployment in the major economies
  • 25) 1800 MHz: Regional usage by technology
  • 26) Use of 1800 MHz by region
  • 27) Map: 1800 MHz deployment in the major economies
  • 28) 2.1 GHz: Regional usage by technology
  • 29) Use of 2.1 GHz by ITU region
  • 30) Map: 2 GHz deployment in the major economies
  • 31) 2.3 GHz: all licences issued by region
  • 32) 2.3 GHz: Regional usage by technology
  • 33) Map: 2.3 GHz deployment in the major economies
  • 34) 2.6 GHz: all licences issued by region
  • 35) Map: 2.6 GHz deployment in the major economies
  • 36) Map: 3.3 - 3.8 GHz deployment in the major economies
  • 37) Wi-Fi spectrum availability in the 5 GHz band
  • 38) Preliminary views on ITU candidate bands
  • 39) Possible 5G bands in 3-6 GHz
  • 40) Possible 5G bands in 20-30 GHz
  • 41) Possible 5G bands in 30-40 GHz
  • 42) Preliminary views on ITU candidate bands
  • 43) Possible 5G bands in 40-50 GHz
  • 44) Possible 5G bands in 50-60 GHz
  • 45) Possible 5G bands in 60-70 GHz
  • 46) Possible 5G bands in 70-80 GHz
  • 47) Possible 5G bands in 80-90 GHz
  • 48) Deutsche Telekom's global spectrum licences
  • 49) T-Mobile: licences won in the 2017 US 600 MHz auction
  • 50) Which DT licences will expire in the next five years?
  • 51) Telefonica global spectrum licences
  • 52) Which bands does the Telefonica Group use?
  • 53) Which Telefonica licenses expire in the next five years?
  • 54) Vodafone Group's global licences
  • 55) Which bands does the Vodafone Group use?
  • 56) Which Vodafone licences will expire in the next five years?
  • 57) SoftBank's global licences
  • 58) Bands used by the Softbank group
  • 59) Softbank's licences in the US and Japan
  • 60) China Mobile's global licences
  • 61) Which bands does China Mobile hold?
  • 62) When are China Mobile licenses due to expire?
  • 63) Orange global spectrum licences
  • 64) Bands used by the Orange Group
  • 65) Which Orange Group licences will expire in the next five years?
  • 66) Verizon's global licences
  • 67) Which sub-4 GHz bands does Verizon use?
  • 68) Which Verizon licences will expire in the next five years?
  • 69) NTT DOCOMO's global licences
  • 70) Which bands does NTT DOCOMO hold?
  • 71) Inmarsat's position on the WRC-19 IMT candidate bands
  • 72) China: operators' share of sub-3 GHz spectrum
  • 73) National mobile licence holders
  • 74) Spectrum allocated to current mobile services in China
  • 75) Operators' share of sub-3 GHz spectrum
  • 76) National mobile licence holders
  • 77) Operators' share of sub-3 GHz spectrum
  • 78) National mobile licence holders
  • 79) Spectrum allocated to current mobile services in the United States
  • 80) Operators' share of sub-3 GHz spectrum
  • 81) National mobile licence holders
  • 82) Spectrum allocated to current mobile services in Brazil
  • 83) Operators' share of sub-3 GHz spectrum
  • 84) National mobile licence holders
  • 85) Spectrum allocated to current mobile services in Japan
  • 86) Operators' share of sub-3 GHz spectrum
  • 87) National mobile licence holders
  • 88) Spectrum allocated to current mobile services in Germany
  • 89) Operators' share of sub-3 GHz spectrum
  • 90) National mobile licence holders
  • 91) Spectrum allocated to current mobile services in France
  • 92) Operators' share of sub-3 GHz spectrum
  • 93) National mobile licence holders
  • 94) Spectrum allocated to current mobile services in the UK
  • 95) Operators' share of sub-3 GHz spectrum
  • 96) National mobile licence holders
  • 97) Spectrum allocated to current mobile services in Canada
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