one6G Association representative, Prof. Thomas Kürner from Technische Universität Braunschweig, is invited to present at the Radio Spectrum Policy Group (RSPG) workshop, which takes place on 21-22 September in Brussels.
The purpose of the workshop is to gather input from stakeholders on impact of 2G/3G switch-off and evolution to 4G/5G technologies, understand possible obstacles or delays of technology evolution, discuss the benefits of moving to 4G and 5G technologies, including possible standardization of existing 4G bands for 5G. Moreover, the participants at the workshop aim to gain knowledge around what has been successful and what still needs to be addressed with 5G deployment, understand the use cases for 6G and how they deviate from the use cases of 5G as well as the expectations for 6G related to regulation, spectrum demand, licensing, sustainability, energy efficiency and timing for making spectrum available.
Prof. Thomas Kürner will take the floor and present one6G activities on 21 September, in the morning session “Focus on development of 6G and implications for spectrum needs”. His presentation will focus on the research sector views on development of 6G.
The Radio Spectrum Policy Group (RSPG) is a high-level advisory group that assists the European Commission in the development of radio spectrum policy. The RSPG adopts opinions, position papers and reports, as well as issuing statements, which are aimed at assisting and advising the Commission at strategic level on:
- radio spectrum policy issues,
- coordination of policy approaches and,
- harmonised conditions, where appropriate, with regard to the availability and efficient use of radio spectrum necessary for the
- establishment and functioning of the internal market.