DALLAS, September 30, 2014 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ –
DALLAS, September 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ –
ReportsnReports.com adds Spectrum for mobile broadband and broadcasting 2014 market research report that provides most likely scenarios for the UHF band and the role of hybrid networks between now and 2025. Terrestrial broadcasting plays a significant role in TV reception, but the UHF (Ultra High Frequency) band is highly coveted by the mobile industry.
Hybrid networks could provide an answer to spectrum scarcity in the UHF band says this research available at http: //www.reportsnreports.com/reports/299105-spectrum-for-mobile-broadband-and-broadcasting.html .
Companies covered in this spectrum for mobile broadband and broadcasting market research report include Alcatel-Lucent, Anatel, Arqiva, Astra, ATT, BBC, Broadcom, BT, China Mobile, Deutsche Telekom, DirecTV, Dish Network, EE, Ericsson, Eutelsat, FCC, HbbTV.org, Industry Canada, Inmarsat, Intelsat, Iridium, KDDi, Korea Telecom, KPN, KT, Lantiq, LightSquared, Mediatek, Netflix, Netgem, NTT DOCOMO, Ofcom, Orange, Qualcomm, Reliance, Samsung, SiriusXM, Smart Communications, Sprint (formerly Sprint Nextel), Subtel, Taiwan Mobile, TDF, Technicolor, Telstra, TerreStar, Thomson, Thuraya, T-Mobile, TRAI, Verizon Wireless and YouTube.
Executive summary of this research on UHF band and role of hybrid networks starts with an introduction on use of the radio spectrum below 6 GHz in Europe. It also covers the following major points:
Broadcasting spectrum status: Terrestrial broadcasting plays a significant role in TV reception; but the UHF band is coveted by the mobile industry
Mobile spectrum status and future needs: LTE spectrum; Main LTE frequency bands: FDD; Supplemental downlink (SDL) and Spectrum price below 1 GHz: between 40 and 80 â’ cents per MHz and per pop.
Hybrid networks could provide an answer to spectrum scarcity in the UHF band: Terrestrial broadcast technologies; eMBMS (evolved Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast services) and Hybrid projects.
2025 scenarios for the UHF band in Europe: Presentation of the scenarios and main assumptions; Criteria presented in our scenarios; the most likely scenario as well as conclusion and main issues.
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List of data tables provided in Spectrum for mobile broadband and broadcasting 2014 market research report include:
Table 1: First and second Digital Dividends, worldwide
Table 2: 2025 scenarios for the UHF band (470-694 MHz)
Table 3: First and second Digital Dividends, worldwide
Table 4: Satellite frequency bands and related services
Table 5: C-band allocations
Table 6: Ku and Ka-Bands for satellite communications (Europe)
Table 7: Main frequency bands for UMTS/HSPA/LTE deployment â€” FDD mode
Table 8: Main frequency bands for UMTS/HSPA/LTE deployment â€” TDD mode
Table 9: Status of the 700 MHz band worldwide
Table 10: 3GPP 700 MHz allocations in Regions 2 and 3
Table 11: APT 700 MHz plan â€” adoption in Asia-Pacific
Table 12: Price (eurocents) per MHz per pop. (for 10 years)
Table 13: DVB-T and DVB-T2 â€” number of deployments
Table 14: Main characteristics of DVB-T and DVB-T2
Table 15: Overview of MBMS support in 3GPP
Table 16: Resolution, frame rate, encoding, bit rate and adoption for various TV formats
Table 17: Timescales for video coding standards
Table 18: Overview of benefits of Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV
Table 19: 2025 scenarios for the UHF band (470-694 MHz)
Table 20: Criteria presented in our scenarios
Table 21: Scenario 1 – DTT keeps 470-694 MHz in Europe (‘status quo’)
Table 22: Scenario 2 – Broadcast networks play a more important role towards mobile devices
Table 23: Scenario 3 – UHF band mainly used by hybrid networks
Table 24: Scenario 4 – UHF band used by mobile networks
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