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The Australian Digital Dividend and APT 700 MHz Band Plan The Latin American Spectrum Conference 25 October 2012 Chris Chapman ACMA Chairman.

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1 The Australian Digital Dividend and APT 700 MHz Band Plan The Latin American Spectrum Conference 25 October 2012 Chris Chapman ACMA Chairman

2 The ACMA  Established in 2005, the ACMA is Australia’s converged regulator for:  Broadcasting  Internet  Radiocommunications  Telecommunications

3 Source: ABS, Regional Population Growth (2008–2009) Report. See Population density

4 Source: ACMA,Towards 2020—Future spectrum requirements for mobile broadband, May See ACMA mobile broadband forecasts

5 Australia’s Digital Dividend  Reallocation of 126 MHz ( MHz) of UHF broadcasting spectrum  New use: 4G mobile broadband – LTE  700 MHz and 2.5 GHz to be allocated in April 2013 using a combinatorial clock auction  Australia’s choice of digital dividend spectrum plan:  APT 700 MHz Band Plan  Efficiency, utility and harmonisation

6 Band Plan Options

7 APT 700 MHz Band Plan Broadcast UHF TV CHs 28-51Digital Dividend 694 MHz520 MHz820 MHz Base Station Receive/Handset Transmit 45 MHz Base Station Transmit/Handset Receive 45 MHz 698 MHz806 MHz 694 MHz748 MHz758 MHz803 MHz806 MHz698 MHz703 MHz Digital TV 4 MHz Guard Band 5 MHz Guard Band 3 MHz Guard Band Centre Gap 10 MHz  2 by 45 MHz, Frequency Division Duplex (FDD)  Conventional Duplex  10 MHz Centre Gap

8 Region 1 Opportunities–Europe & Africa

9 The future? Source: Nokia Siemens Networks, Delivering in Digital Inclusion in the 700 MHz Band, October 2012.


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