The GSMA encourages governments to cooperate in the allocation of spectrum for 5G networks
Industry organization GSMA has called on the governments and regulators of all countries to unite efforts in the planning and allocation of frequency spectrum for 5G networks. High-speed next generation networks can increase the degree of «connectedness» of the modern world, creating a unique environment that includes a variety of devices, from industrial automation tools, machinery and self-driving cars to consumer devices, providing access to services that require more bandwidth.
For 5G networks need wide range of radio frequencies. Organization GSMA выделяе6т there are three range: up to 1 GHz and 1-6 GHz and 6 GHz. The first will provide a wide coverage in urban, suburban and rural areas, including IoT devices. Range 1-6 Hz provides the most attractive balance of coverage and network capacity. It includes the area of 3.3-3.8 GHz, which is expected to serve as the basis for the first 5G services. The third frequency range required for high speed connections. The main focus will be on frequencies above 24 GHz.
Standardization and introduction of 5G networks will be dedicated to the event World Radiocommunication Conference, scheduled for 2019 (WRC-19).