Decisions on a Band Plan for Broadband Radio Service (BRS) and Consultation on a Policy and Technical Framework to License Spectrum in the Band 2500-2690 MHz

Part B – Consultation on a Policy and Technical Framework on New BRS Licences (Continued)

3. Spectrum Packaging for Licensing (Continued)

3.1 Spectrum available for auction (Continued)

In regions (shown as Region B in Appendix A) where both the MCS and MDS spectrum have been licensed, the bands available for auction are 0–2570/0–2690 MHz (A9–A14/A9'–A14') of paired spectrum. Block size options for the paired spectrum are multiples of the basic unit of 5 + 5 MHz in various combinations and arrangements to total 30 + 30 MHz paired spectrum.

Figure 14 – Spectrum available for auction in regions (shown as Region B in Appendix A) where both the MCS and the MDS spectrum have been licensed

Figure 14 – Spectrum available for auction in regions (shown as Region B in Appendix A) where both the MCS and the MDS spectrum have been licensed  (the long description is located below the image)

In Manitoba (shown as Region C in Appendix A), the bands available for auction are 0–2520/0–2640 MHz (A1–A4/A1'–A4'), 0–2570/0–2690 MHz (A9–A14/A9'–A14') of paired spectrum and 0–2595 MHz (B1–B5) of unpaired spectrum. Block size options for the paired spectrum are multiples of the basic unit of 5 + 5 MHz in various combinations and arrangements to total 20 + 20 MHz and 30 + 30 MHz paired spectrum. Block size options for the unpaired spectrum are multiples of the basic unit of 5 MHz to total 25 MHz of spectrum.

Figure 15 – Spectrum available for auction in Manitoba (shown as Region C in Appendix A)

Figure 15 – Spectrum available for auction in Manitoba (shown as Region C in Appendix A) (the long description is located below the image)
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