6 GHz unlicensed access to include $163.5 billion to Brazil economy, exposes Dynamic Spectrum Alliance


Washington D.C., U.S.A., 25 November 2020: Over the next ten years, the Brazilian economy will take advantage of the allowance of unlicensed access to the 6 GHz band, according to a research study released by the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) andTelecom Advisory Services LLC The brand-new research study, entitled “Examining the financial worth of unlicensed usage in the 6 GHz band in Brazil”, was performed by Dr. Raul Katz and Fernando Callorda, leading scholars of economics and telecoms policy, based upon the Brazilian National Telecom Company (Anatel)’s factors to consider to open the 6 GHz band to the next generation of Wi-Fi.

.(* )The research study evaluated the financial worth of unlicensed usage of the band in Brazil, by examining the effect on service quality, protection, cost and the effect on various applications and utilize cases. The approach trusted in this research study determined the various sources of financial worth, approximated them individually and after that aggregated within a single worth. Its findings exposed a substantial early financial effect following the allowance of 1,200 MHz in the 6 GHz band for unlicensed usage.

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” License-exempt usage of the whole 6 GHz band for Wi-Fi will be important to deal with existing pushing bandwidth needs for end users, applications and markets,” stated Martha Suarez, President of the DSA. “To do so effectively, the various usage case operations from 5925 to 7125 MHz will enable growing ultra-fast Wi-Fi needs to be satisfied, brand-new applications such as Increased and Virtual Truth and brand-new developments that need top quality, real-time connection. Utilized for every single element in our lives such as remote education, work and commerce, Wi-Fi requirements higher spectrum gain access to in the 6 GHz band to efficiently support the contemporary digital environment.”

.(* )The DSA motivates the Brazilian regulative firm, Anatel, to think about the effect of this financial advantage by enabling “unlicensed” operations in the 5.925-7.125 GHz frequency band. The direct decrease in blockage throughout Wi-Fi networks permits the advancement of several usage cases, such as the large implementation of Web of Things applications.

.(* )The cumulative financial worth in between 2020 and 2030 related to making it possible for license-exempt access to the 1200 MHz in the 6 GHz band totals up to US$ 112.14 billion in GDP contribution, US$ 30.03 billion in manufacturer surplus to Brazilian business, and US$ 21.19 billion in customer surplus to the Brazilian population. The overall contribution total up to US$ 163.5 billion to the Brazilian economy over the next ten years.

.(* )The complete findings of the report are readily available

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.online About the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance

The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance is an international company promoting for laws and guidelines that will cause more effective and efficient spectrum usage. The DSA’s subscription covers multinationals, little- and medium-sized business, and scholastic, research study, and other companies from worldwide, all working to produce ingenious options that will increase the quantity of readily available spectrum to the advantage of customers and organizations alike.

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