The EU’s Radio Spectrum Policy Group has started two public consultations, following approval of the draft documents at the advisory group’s latest meeting. The first consultation takes a first look at the expected spectrum requirements for 6G networks. The second consultation considers the future of the 470-694 MHz frequency band after 2030 in the EU, and the potential for harmonisation of new uses in the band beyond broadcasting and PMSE. 

Both consultations are open for comment until 25 August. The feedback will be used to make recommendations to the European Commission on spectrum policy in the EU, including work from 2024 on a spectrum roadmap for 6G. The consultations are not related to the EU position for the World Radiocommunication Conference later this year, which is being handled separately.

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