Hungary’s National Media & Infocommunications Authority (Nemzeti Media- es Hirkozlesi Hatosag, NMHH) has released documentation for the planned auction of the currently unused 32GHz frequency band, with a consultation for market participants to be held on 22 November 2022. The regulator states that the purpose of the sale is to free up the 26GHz frequency band currently used for carrier network services and make it available for 5G services. The ‘greenfield’ 32GHz band has been checked by the NMHH for interference – with measurements shown to be ‘adequate’ according to the regulator. A total of 672MHz of frequency usage rights split into 24 units will be available for purchase via an electronic auction.

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