SPOTLIGHT: Sharing digital dividend spectrum in France

Sharing digital dividend spectrum in France
A new study from telecoms and media consulting firm Analysys claims that France is the centre of an increasingly heated debate over how best to reallocate spectrum that is currently being used for analogue broadcasting. By 2012, the switch-over from analogue to digital television in France will have freed up a significant amount of UHF spectrum. This spectrum, located at frequencies below 1GHz, is especially valuable as it as it allows the delivery of services with unique coverage and penetration qualities. Article

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