DSA Newsletter | Q2 2018 www.dynamicspectrumalliance.org events, future plans, news and more
In this issue.....
Keeping you updated about our activities! Here we highlight our latest work and focus on areas where we are empowering the next wave of spectrum access.
What a busy quarter it has been! The last few months have mostly focused on the DSA’s Sixth Annual Global Summit in London, England (May 1-3, 2018). However, in the run up to the Summit, in March, I attended SATELLITE 2018. The event was held in Washington D.C. and I represented the DSA on a panel ‘Telco Execs: Are Satellite and Terrestrial Industries Converging?’ and joined more than 14,500 connectivity professionals to explore the satellite communications and space technology industry. This was a great opportunity to provide insight and discuss the standards that are key for satellite to operate in parallel with cellular networks for joint use cases.
May’s DSA Global Summit was a great success, and I was fortunate to meet with you, the members, along with industry experts, regulators, government leaders and policy makers. 22 regulatory bodies from around the world were represented at the conference and they joined together for a regulator workshop on Day One to discuss spectrum sharing and dynamic spectrum access on an international level.
The DSA was delighted to welcome regulators to the Summit to discuss the work that is ongoing in their countries and any challenges they seek to overcome. These discussions are vital to promote affordable internet access in rural areas, define the future of 5G networks and enable the Internet of Things. This was the largest collection of regulators in the DSA Global Summit’s history and consisted of senior representatives from Sweden, Brazil, Argentina, Nigeria, Mozambique, Namibia, the UK and the US.
The Summit covered all aspects of spectrum policy, the challenges with the current spectrum approach, 5G, the IoT, satellites, and spectrum access use cases from around the world. We also held the second annual Global Summit Awards, at which we recognised and celebrated the great work of individuals and organisations, highlighting their efforts to further innovation, increase inclusion, and pursue new opportunities in dynamic spectrum access.
The Summit covered all aspects of spectrum policy, the challenges with the current spectrum approach, 5G, the IoT, satellites, and spectrum access use cases from around the world. We also held the second annual Global Summit Awards, at which we recognised and celebrated the great work of individuals and organisations, highlighting their efforts to further innovation, increase inclusion, and pursue new opportunities in dynamic spectrum access.
May was a busy month for the DSA even beyond the Summit - the Alliance has attended several industry-leading events around the globe giving presentations and speaking on panels. Following the Global Summit, I represented the DSA at the DTG Summit 2018 in London, on the panel ‘Future Media Delivery: Opportunities and Challenges’; and The World Broadcasting Unions (WBU) IMCG Forum in Atlanta, where I spoke on a 5G panel. DSA members Michael Calabrese and Mark Rotter represented the Alliance at 5G North America and the 40th Wireless World Research Forum Meeting, respectively.
June is already shaping up to be a busy month – I spoke at the WBA Wireless Global Congress in Orlando on the Role of Unlicensed in 5G, and David Crawford represented the DSA at 5G World in London.
The presence of the DSA at conferences around the world has continued to be an important tool for improving the understanding of dynamic sharing technologies and capabilities for both regulators and industry. The DSA remains the strongest voice in the industry advocating for unlicensed and shared spectrum access. The good news is that the efforts have now made dynamic sharing part of the normal spectrum discussion. We now seek that understanding to be reflected in more national policies going forward.
The next quarter is set to be as busy as the previous two and I look forward to working with you, the members, as we go forward to continuing the great work we are doing. The Alliance would not function without the support and ongoing efforts of its membership and I thank you all for your commitment.

Kalpak Gude
DSA President

DSA Activity Update

Welcome to our latest members!
We’d like to take this opportunity to welcome our new members:
Broadway Partners
DSA Awards
The DSA awards recognized member companies, organizations, individuals and regulators who are actively participating in furthering innovation, increasing inclusion, and pursuing new opportunities in dynamic spectrum access. Awards were given during the May 2, 2018 DSA Global Summit Dinner & Awards Ceremony.
Award for Innovation in Dynamic Spectrum Access Policies
This award recognizes one policy-maker or regulator who has demonstrated outstanding leadership in adopting and implementing policies making more spectrum available on an opportunistic basis.
Winner: Dr. Salomão David Sumbula - Head of the Office of Studies, Market Regulation and Development, Instituto Nacional das Comunicações de Moçambique
Dr Salomão David is the Cabinet Chief of the Department of Study and Regulation of the Markets and Development of the National Institute of Communication of Mozambique. He has been actively advocating for TVWS regulations in Mozambique and engaged with Adaptrum and Nominet to deploy a network that would demonstrate the benefits of TVWS for the citizens and the effectiveness of the regulations.
Together with his colleague Martins S. Langa, Salomão attended a meeting in London to discuss the DSA model rules and the role that a geo-location database can have to increase the effectiveness of spectrum management in Mozambique. Most remarkably, Salomão is demonstrating that thanks to the industry’s efforts and thought leadership, spectrum regulators can now assess the opportunity of TVWS and implement regulation in just a few months, while it used to take several years in the past.
By leveraging the DSA framework model rules, Salomão and his team have demonstrated the benefits that can be gained by reusing and adapting policy frameworks and thereby accelerating bridging the digital divide.
Award for Innovation in Dynamic Spectrum Access Policies
This award recognizes one policy-maker or regulator who has demonstrated outstanding leadership in adopting and implementing policies making more spectrum available on an opportunistic basis.
Winner: Mr. Willington Ngwepe, CEO, Independent Communications Authority of South Africa
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa is an independent regulatory body of the South African government, established in 2000 by the ICASA Act to regulate both the telecommunications and broadcasting sectors in the public interest. Over the past several years ICASA has been working on its draft regulations for TVWS use within South Africa. As of May 2017, ICASA opened its consultation on it draft rules, and on the 23rd of March ICASA published its TVWS Framework marking a huge step forward for South Africa in enabling affordable broadband through dynamic spectrum access technologies, the achievement highlights the progress in the adoption of TVWS regulations around the world.
TVWS technologies use unused or unassigned spectrum in the UHF and VHF bands and operate on a secondary basis without causing interference to primary users, such as television broadcasters and broadcast licensees. TVWS technology has long been championed by the DSA for its strength in providing connectivity over large geographical areas. Many TVWS projects for commercial applications are operational around the world to deliver connectivity to those that are difficult to reach.
Award for Increasing Digital Inclusion
This award recognizes an organization or individual who has successfully developed and/or deployed a spectrum-based technology and/or business model that has the potential to reduce the cost of internet access and get billions more people online.
Winner: Mr. Allen Tuladhar, CEO, Picosoft
Picosoft Pvt Ltd, a licensed rural Internet Service Provider, was established with a vision of connecting the unconnected in rural Nepal, providing high-speed and reliable internet no matter how far you are from the city. Over the past several years the aim of Picosoft has been to distribute internet services to the rural schools and communities that ISPs have not yet been able to reach. The project started with Dhading district connecting twenty community schools as the first step which impacted more than 100,000 households.
In Nepal one of the biggest problems in rural areas is meeting the device points. The houses are separated by longer distances and it's very difficult for cable and fiber optics to meet device points. The traditional structures can only go about five kilometres, however, with a cell tower or other device, TVWS technology can travel eighteen kilometers and service many more customers at one time.
Since the project will be implemented in rural schools in Nepal, all the students, teachers and other community members will benefit. Inhabitants of rural areas in Nepal are mainly under the poverty line and of different ethnic groups. Subsequently, it will be their children who are the direct beneficiaries of the project. In addition, micro entrepreneurs, women's community service centers (Aama Samuha-Mother's Group) and micro finances will also benefit from the project. In Nepal, every village has a high rate of migrant workers and our project will allow them to connect with their families abroad.
Access to the internet is extremely important in education and enabling teachers in rural communities to access ICT content that they couldn’t access before is a measuring factor of the success of the project.
Award for Internet of Things Innovation
This award recognizes an organization or individual who has made significant contributions developing and/or deploying dynamic spectrum access technologies in support of emerging Internet of Things use cases; for example spanning connected cars, health care, education, agriculture, supply chain management, and/or public safety.
Winner: Mr. Mario Cerutti, Green Coffee Corporate Relations Director, Lavazza
Since 2015, Lavazza has been implementing its global ¡Tierra! program, addressing the needs for entrepreneurship development, agricultural and technological training and infrastructure improvements. The ultimate goal is to improve the social and environmental conditions, as well as the production techniques, of communities of coffee producers and their families.
Connectivity has been brought to coffee farms and schools in the Meta department by using TVWS technology. To date, 65 people (32 coffee producers and 33 teachers) have taken part in the first training courses on “Technology Appropriation” and “Technology Applied to Farm Management,” receiving certificates. In addition, around 100 people have been given the chance to learn online the information they need for both work and study. Today, using digital tools assimilated during the courses, the project aims to have a positive impact on coffee production, studying the best technology scenarios with the aim of implementing precision farming systems, digital georeferencing, and data recovery and management. Finally, exploiting the connectivity established, the University of Antioquia has introduced several telediagnostic and tele-consultation functions, with the aim of facilitating access to medical care and offering access to specialist remote medical services, in the areas, for example, of maternity and internal medicine.
The result is a community empowered by the development of new technology that brings knowledge, precision farming skills, and access to healthcare and diagnostic services through telemedicine, possibilities that were unthinkable only two years ago.
Award for Lifetime Achievement

This award recognizes individuals who, during their lifetimes, have made creative contributions of outstanding significance in the field of dynamic spectrum sharing and dynamic access technologies.

Winner: Mr. Julius Knapp, Chief, Office of Engineering and Technology, Federal Communications Commission
Julius Knapp is Chief of the FCC’s Office of Engineering and Technology (OET). OET is the Commission’s primary resource for engineering expertise and provides technical support to the Chairman, Commissioners and FCC Bureaus and Offices. OET is responsible for coordinating FCC spectrum management matters with the federal government and the Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee (IRAC).
Mr. Knapp has been with the FCC for 34 years. He became Chief of OET in 2006, having previously served as the deputy chief since 2002. Prior to that he was the chief of the Policy & Rules division where he was responsible for FCC frequency allocation proceedings and for proceedings amending the FCC rules for radio frequency devices. Mr. Knapp was chief of the FCC Laboratory from 1994 – 1997 where he was responsible for the FCC’s equipment authorization program and technical analyses.
Mr. Knapp has been at the forefront of every major dynamic sharing decision the FCC has made over the last decade, including seeing the rapid growth of WiFi, the creation of TVWS rules, and the establishment of the three tier sharing architecture at the heart of the Citizens Band Radio Service (CBRS). Mr. Knapp’s impact on telecommunications policy cannot be overstated as today’s unlicensed services, and tomorrow’s dynamically shared services, would all be dramatically different without his leadership and efforts.
Mr. Knapp received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the City College of New York in 1974. He is a member of the IEEE EMC Society and is a Fellow of the Radio Club of America. Knapp was the 2001 recipient of the Eugene C. Bowler award for exceptional professionalism and dedication to public service and received the FCC’s Silver and Gold medal awards for distinguished service at the Commission.
Award for a Student-led Initiative or Research on New Opportunities for Dynamic Spectrum Access

The award recognizes a student, student led initiatives, or student groups who have made significant academic and research contributions in the area of dynamic spectrum access.

Winner: Dr. Edward Knightly, Department Chair, Rice University Wireless Network Group
Edward Knightly is the Sheafor-Lindsay Professor and Department Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rice University in Houston, Texas. He received his Ph.D. and M.S. from the University of California at Berkeley and his B.S. from Auburn University. He is an ACM Fellow, an IEEE Fellow, a Sloan Fellow, and a recipient of the National Science Foundation CAREER Award. He leads the Rice Network Group which has current projects include deployment, operation, and management of a large-scale urban wireless network in a Houston under-resourced community. This network, Technology For All (TFA) Wireless, is serving over 4,000 users in several square kilometers and employs custom-built programmable and observable access points. The network is the first to provide residential access in frequencies spanning from unused UHF TV bands to legacy WiFi bands (500 MHz to 5 GHz). His group developed the first multi-user beam-forming WLAN system that demonstrates a key performance feature provided by IEEE 802.11ac. His group also co-developed a clean-slate-design hardware platform for high-performance wireless networks, TAPs and WARP.

Policy/Regulation Update

Regulatory Affairs Work Group (RAWG) update
As a cross-industry organization, the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance works to engage with regulators and government officials to promote the adoption of legal and regulatory frameworks that facilitate dynamic access to radio spectrum.
The Regulatory Affairs Work Group continues to develop policy positions for ratification by the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance, draft documents for submission to regulatory agencies and develops high-level positions on critical issues related to dynamic spectrum sharing.
Recent updates include:
March 2018: DSA Reply Comments to ISED Wireless Microphone Consultation
March 2018: DSA ATSC 3.0 Reply Comments
Any Dynamic Spectrum Alliance member can participate in the Regulatory Affairs Work Group, so if you are interested in this area, then please contact admin@dynamicspectrumalliance.org.

Industry Updates

WInnForum announce Certification Program and Approved Test Labs

The Wireless Innovation Forum recently announced a new certification program supporting SAS to CBSD communication. In order to be FCC certified to operate in the CBRS Band, an equipment manufacturer will need to show that their CBSD can communicate with a Spectrum Access System and follow its directives. In addition, the WInnForum CBRS Test and Certification Task Group has developed a test specification and is finalizing a test harness supporting that standard.
WInnForum is facilitating CBSD certification testing, as requested by its members, for all organizations, both member and non-member, against this test specification by accrediting FCC approved test labs to run the WInnForum CBSD tests.

Member/Partner Updates

In this section, we share updates and news from DSA members around the world, if you have an update that you’d like to be included in the next newsletter, please email dsa@proactive-pr.com.
Gigabit Libraries Network

When disaster strikes, the commercial communications infrastructure is typically impacted for days or even weeks. Backup systems are costly, difficult to deploy in chaotic circumstances, and may take days for specialty vendors to bring backup systems online. Gigabit Libraries Network has developed a concept of libraries, schools and other so-called community anchor institutions using TVWS/WiFi systems to increase community resilience to disaster. These facilities play the role of second responders as shelters and community ICT hubs in large scale events and where first responders and general infrastructure are invariably overwhelmed.

SecondNets utilizes wide area TV Whitespace spectrum to create Wi-Fi MESH intranets independent of the public infrastructure providing direct links between libraries, schools, clinics and other second responders. The kit includes distributed fixed/portable access points, pre-staged for rapid deployment as pop-up hotspots to outage areas and otherwise in daily use serving local public learning and information access needs.

The SecondNet Kits concept emerged from the Libraries Whitespace Pilot (now Project) where libraries, schools and other community anchors have been invited to install, support and analyse TVWS/Wi-Fi networks. This is part of a new national assessment to evaluate capabilities to widen public library Wi-Fi availability and for potential as a new disaster readiness resource.


The Microsoft Airband Initiative has partnered with the Lavazza Foundation, Colombia’s Information and Technology Ministry, ALO & Partners and local NGO Makaia to provide internet access, digital skills and IoT solutions in rural Colombia.

The Technology Transformation Project uses TV white spaces (TVWS) technology to deliver affordable internet access to the Meta region, which is a focus area for Colombia’s national peace plan. It is the first TVWS implementation globally to enable telemedicine (rural health clinics), education (schools), and agriculture (coffee farms). For the official project launch Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos traveled to Mesetas. During the event, the President announced the donation of 600 tablets to area schools and the implementation of three free Wi-Fi zones for residents. 

You can read more in the related article.

Another Airband Initiative partnership is with Declaration Networks Group Inc. (DNG), which will deliver internet access to approximately 65,000 people on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, and Garrett County, Maryland, USA. Currently 30 percent of people living in rural Virginia and 6 percent of people living in rural Maryland lack broadband access. Over the next three years DNG will use a mixture of technologies to provide broadband to its customers in rural areas, including TVWS. The partnership aims to address the rural broadband gap for residences and businesses, allowing unserved regions to fully participate in the digital economy through access to technology and services that will enable farmers, healthcare professionals, educators, business leaders and others in the community.

More information in the press release.


BrightWave has been appointed to the Panel of Service Providers on the SA Connect program, aimed at connecting all of South Africa to broadband by 2030.

BrightWave, striving towards the goal of achieving digital inclusion for every South African by the year 2030, plans to start using Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform across the entire organization in the near future. It also seeks to obtain a TVWS license from the Independent Communications Authority South Africa as soon as the regulations are released, in order to provide wide-spread internet access across rural South Africa in accordance with Microsoft’s Airband Initiative.

BrightWave and Microsoft, of whom BrightWave is a proud Gold partner, have been collaborating with Phulukisa Healthcare Group on an e-health application that enable primary healthcare workers to remotely manage patients’ medical records on Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform. This e-health solution will be made possible via the BrightWave network in the Eastern Cape.

At the start of Q2 2018, Microsoft President Brad Smith visited the Eastern Cape where BrightWave showcased live student and patient regulations at some of the sites that have been rolled out through the Rural Airband Initative, with the agenda of delivering access to quality healthcare through technology.  

The visit highlighted how the power of cloud computing and affordable internet connectivity can be harnessed to provide cutting-edge health solutions to remove and underserved communities.

PR/Media Update

In the News
Mobile World Live: Ofcom urges end to segregated spectrum approach
Mobile World Live: Google slams “self-defeating” spectrum auctions
Intercomms Magazine:

Effective Spectrum Management: Moving from Spectrum Scarcity to Spectrum Abundance

Rethink Research: Open spectrum as important as open platforms to the 5G vision
IDC: Dynamic Spectrum Alliance Global Summit 2018: Policymakers Aim to Get More Out of Spectrum
Satellite Evolution:

DSA Global Summit 2018 drives the industry forward on how to realise shared spectrum access

Total Telecom: Ofcom urges MNOs to work more collaboratively on spectrum
Many Possibilities: Dynamic Spectrum in Africa in 2018
African Communications Wireless Yearbook 2018 (pages 93-94): DSA: Year in Review
RCR Wireless: As LTE gives way to 5G, spectrum sharing gains mind share
Comms MEA:

How to realise shared spectrum access is a hot topic at DSA Global Summit 2018

Recent Industry Events

SATELLITE 2018, 12-15 March, Washington, D.C, United States

SATELLITE unites aerospace thought leaders, entrepreneurs, executives, engineers, end-users, and enthusiasts together in one place for the largest and most important global satellite technology event of the year. For more than 35 years, SATELLITE has played a critical role in determining how satellites will shape the future of our world. DSA President, Kalpak Gude, will join the panel titled Telco Execs: Are Satellite and Terrestrial Industries Converging?’

The 3rd Annual Sub-Sahara Spectrum Management Conference, 13-14 March
Nairobi, Kenya

The 3rd Annual Sub-Sahara Spectrum Management is the ONLY dedicated spectrum management conference focusing specifically on the Sub-Sahara region and will be hosted in partnership between ITU, AUC and Forum Global. The conference is set to be a part of a series of events, preceding an ITU Capacity Building Workshop, which will focus on digital migration issues and spectrum management systems for developing countries.

Telecoms World Asia, 19-20 March, Bangkok, Thailand

For 19 years, Telecoms World Asia has been an annual platform for leading international carriers, operators, authorities, and suppliers to meet, learn and create fruitful business partnerships for the betterment of wholesale revenue and growth.

5G MENA 2018, 9-10 April, Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai

5G MENA brings together telecom operators, solution providers and IoT specialists from across the region to define clear use cases, debate new business models, and drive the connected revolution towards LTE-A, IoT, Smart Cities and 5G.

IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC) 2018, 15-18 April, Barcelona, Spain

IEEE WCNC is the world premier wireless event that brings together industry professionals, academics and individuals from government agencies and other institutions to exchange information and ideas on the advancement of wireless communications and networking technology. The conference will feature a comprehensive technical program offering numerous technical sessions with papers highlighting the latest technologies, applications and services. In addition, the conference program includes workshops, tutorials, keynote talks from industrial leaders and renowned academics, panel discussions, a large exhibition, business, and industrial forums.

DTG Summit, 10 May 2018, London

The 12th Summit from the DTG, this premier industry networking event will include insightful speakers and informative debate. DSA President, Kalpak Gude, will join the agenda.

5G North America, 14-16 May 2018, Austin, Texas

The eleventh edition of 5G North America will draw upon leading minds, business influencers and legendary C-Level executives who will discuss the evolution of LTE, early 5G field trials, the business case for 5G and the tech that underpins this transformative technology. DSA member Michael Calabrese, Director of the Wireless Future Project (New America’s Open Technology Institute) will speak on behalf of the DSA.

5G World, 12-14 June 2018, London, UK

Looking towards the migration from LTE to 5G, this year’s programme will offer an unbiased perspective exploring everything you need to know about becoming 5G ready. DSA member David Crawford, Manager, Centre for White Space Communications (‎University of Strathclyde) will join the agenda and speak on behalf of the DSA.

IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC) 2018, 20-24 May, Kansas City, MO, United States

Themed "Communications for Connecting Humanity," the conference will offer five full days of original paper presentations, tutorials, workshops, keynotes, demonstrations, industry panels and social events designed to further career opportunities and the in-depth understanding of the latest communications advancements worldwide.

Connected Britain 2018, 19-20 June, London, England

The Connected Britain 2018 agenda will feature experts from the operator community, government and beyond. Through thought provoking speaker sessions, panel discussions, and interactive roundtables you will walk away with new ideas, tangible solutions to everyday problems and the stronger relationships you’ll need to continue to build the high-speed connectivity for Britain’s future.

Casbaa Satellite Industry Forum 2018, 25 June, Singapore, Malaysia

The Casbaa Satellite Industry Forum 2018 brings together a wide range of world-class speakers from the industry to deal with crucial issues in a full day of keynoted presentations and panel discussions.

ConnectTechAsia, 26-28 June 2018, Singapore, Malaysia

ConnecTechAsia is where technology, ideas, and business converge. Encompassing CommunicAsia, BroadcastAsia, and the new event NXTAsia, ConnecTechAsia covers the entire spectrum of communication, broadcast, and enterprise technology and services reflecting the pulse of Asia today.

Upcoming Industry Events

Mobile 360 Series, 17-19 July 2018, Kigali, Africa

GSMA Mobile 360 Series presents a conference platform cultivating regional engagement through topics that are impacting the mobile industry on both a localised and global scale. Senior executives in mobile and adjacent industry verticals come to learn and discuss in detail their challenges and successes as well as network with peers.

The 4th Annual Asia-Pacific Spectrum Management Conference, 17-19 July 2018, Bangkok, Thailand

The 4th Annual Asia-Pacific Spectrum Management Conference, supporting ITU Regional Initative on Spectrum, will provide a meeting point for spectrum stakeholders to come together and discuss topical issues relating to the management and coordination of spectrum policy across the region.

The 5th Annual Latin America Spectrum Management Conference, 5-6 September 2018, Buenos Aires, South America

Hosted by the Ministry of Modernization of Argentina and organised by Forum Global and ITU, the 5th Annual Latin America Spectrum Management Conference will provide a meeting point for spectrum stakeholders to come together and discuss topical issues, including preparation for WRC-19 across the Americas, 3.4GHz – 4.2GHz C-Band and mmWave bands and the direction of the Latin Americas region.

ITU Telecom World 2018, 10-13 September, Durban, South Africa

ITU Telecom World 2018 is about making ideas go further, faster, to make the world better, sooner. It will be a global platform for major industry players, tech SMEs and entrepreneurs to share knowledge and best practice across emerging and developed markets. There will be targeted networking at all levels of the industry with high-level debates led by experts on the core issues affecting the ICT sector.

Mobile World Congress Americas, 12-14 September 2018, Los Angeles, California

Mobile World Congress Americas 2018 will bring together the brightest minds in the industry today, to imagine what tomorrow could bring. It is the premiere event where industry leaders come to progress business and where attendees will gain valuable insights on trends and future predictions for the mobile technology industry.

IBC 2018, 13-17 September, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

The IBC Conference is an unrivalled global destination for discovering and debating the many different challenges and opportunities facing the electronic media and entertainment industry, both in its sessions and in the range of networking opportunities it affords. Join over 1,700 delegates and 400 speakers across 5 days of high-level discussion to shape the future of the industry.

Internet of Things World Asia, 18-20 September 2018, Singapore, Malaysia

This is Asia’s showcase of enterprise case studies, proof-of-concepts and R&D from the leaders and early adopters of IoT. As latest addition to KNect365’s world-leading IoT event series, this event gives unrivalled access to global and local enterprises – the people who can help you and your customers develop new services, business models and efficiencies.

5G Asia, 18-20 September 2018, Singapore, Malaysia

5G Asia 2018 returns for its 11th year, delivering ground-breaking content, trailblazing product demonstrations and unrivalled opportunities to meet with the LTE and 5G ecosystem in Asia. 5G Asia provides the perfect platform for you to understand how to capitalise on the opportunities that LTE networks and services continue to offer and lay out a clear vision of the 5G connected future.

Get in touch

If you would like more information, or if your company or organization is interested in joining the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance, then please email
Alternatively, visit our membership page, which provides a membership level breakdown.

Follow Us