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5G是否改變了頻率收費的演變:加強頻率分配的監管干預?

Has 5G Changed the Spectrum Price Evolution - Towards More Regulatory Intervention in Assigning Spectrum

出版日期: | 出版商: IDATE DigiWorld | 英文 44 Pages | 商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內

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  • 簡介
  • 目錄
簡介

5G的到來和中高頻的使用改變了這種局面。價格水平下降,干預行為增加。

頻段是移動網絡運營商的重要資產,也是監管機構和公民的重要資源。

移動通信網絡使用的頻段(3GHz以下)一直供不應求,移動網絡運營商需要選擇新的頻段利用技術。

本報告分析了最新的頻段分配狀況和價格趨勢,包括近期的頻率拍賣走勢、截至目前(2000-2021)的價格水平趨勢以及特定頻段的分配狀況。我們會向您發送問題等信息,頻率收費組成部分的變化,標準價格趨勢以及主要國家的5G拍賣情況。

目錄

第一章分析方法/範圍

第 2 章執行摘要

  • 執行摘要
  • 影響頻率價格的關鍵參數
  • 過去幾年的頻率拍賣次數
  • 過去 3 年的頻率費用

第 3 章頻段分配:有什麼問題?

  • 頻率是重要的資源
  • 重要頻率的拍賣動向
    • 6GHz以下頻段
    • 6GHz以上頻段
  • 移動通信服務的帶寬、容量和延遲之間的權衡
  • 拍賣有風險

第 4 章達到的價格不是唯一的組成部分

  • 頻率電荷成分
  • 帶寬評估標準
  • 許可期限/有效期和帶寬費用
  • 頻率數量
  • 通過與許可相關的義務刺激部署
  • 頻率共享和 5G 頻譜保護變得活躍

第 5 章頻率電荷分析:按標準

  • 頻率收費趨勢
  • 頻段參考
    • 700 兆赫
    • 3.4-3.8 GHz 或更低
    • 毫米波波段
  • 最低價飆升:最終價格上漲的反映
  • 歐洲競爭和頻率收費
  • 頻率費用與拍賣頻率數量之間的相關性
  • 頻率收費與國家地區的相關性

第 6 章意大利和德國

  • 意大利5G頻譜拍賣
  • 德國5G頻譜拍賣
目錄
Product Code: M00026MRA

The advent of 5G and the use of medium and higher frequencies have changed the game. Prices seem to have fallen and interventionist actions have increased.

Radio spectrum is a vital asset for MNOs and a key resource for regulators and citizens.

Radio spectrum used by mobile networks (below 3 GHz) has always been scarce, which pushes MNOs to opt for new spectrum usage techniques.

The main reason for spectrum pricing is to promote efficient use of spectrum and to ensure services for all.

  • How have spectrum prices evolved over the period 2000-2021?
  • How have the components of spectrum pricing changed?

Table of Contents

1. Methodology and scope

2. Executive summary

  • 2.1. Executive summary
  • 2.2. Key parameters impacting spectrum prices
  • 2.3. Number of spectrum auctions in the last past years
  • 2.4. Spectrum prices in the last three years

3. Spectrum assignments: what is at stake?

  • 3.1. Spectrum is a vital resource
  • 3.2. Vital spectrum is often auctioned
    • Frequency bands below 6GHz
    • Frequency bands above 6GHz
  • 3.3. Frequency Coverage, Capacity, Latency trade-offs for mobile services
  • 3.4. Auctions are at risk

4. Price reached is not the only component

  • 4.1. Spectrum prices components
  • 4.2. Frequency assessment criteria
  • 4.3. Licence duration/validity and spectrum prices
  • 4.4. Quantity of spectrum
  • 4.5. Obligations linked to licences stimulate deployments
  • 4.6. Spectrum sharing and 5G spectrum set-asides gain momentum

5. Spectrum price analysis by criteria

  • 5.1. Spectrum prices trends
  • 5.2. The spectrum band criteria
    • 700 MHz
    • 3.4-3.8 GHz
    • Millimeter waves spectrum
  • 5.3. High reserve prices reflect in higher final prices
  • 5.4. Competition and spectrum prices in Europe
  • 5.5. Correlation between spectrum prices and quantity of spectrum auctioned
  • 5.6. Correlation between spectrum prices and country area

6. Italy and Germany

  • 6.1. Italian 5G spectrum auctions
  • 6.2. German 5G spectrum auctions

List of tables and figures

2. Executive summary

  • Key parameters impacting spectrum prices
  • Spectrum auctions 2017-2021
  • Spectrum prices 2017-2021

3. Spectrum assignments: what is at stake?

  • Spectrum allocation modes at global level for the 1998-2021 period
  • Spectrum SMRA allocation mode per frequency band (global) for the 1998-2021 period
  • Frequency bands below 6GHz
  • Frequency bands above 6GHz
  • Frequency Coverage, Capacity, Latency trade-offs for mobile services
  • Min/Max/Average Price per MHz per PoP for 10 years by frequency band (2000-2021)

4. Price reached is not the only component

  • Frequency assessment criterias
  • Spectrum allocation duration per region and per frequency band for the 1998-2021 period
  • The relationship between duration and the average price per MHz per population and per region for the 1998-2021 period
  • Quantity of spectrum distributed on average in Europe per frequency band for the 1998-2021 period
  • Quantity of spectrum distributed on average per region and per frequency band for the 1998-2021 period
  • Relations between coverage obligations and spectrum prices

5. Spectrum price analysis by criteria

  • Evolution of average price per MHz per population globally for the 2000-2006 and 2017-2021 period
  • Average price per MHz per population for selected countries (year 2000)
  • Average pectrum prices by frequency bands (cEUR/MHz/Pop for 10 years)
  • Price & reserve price per MHz par Pop for 10 years for 700 MHz spectrum - World
  • Price & reserve price per MHz per Pop for 10 years for 700 MHz spectrum - Europe
  • Price & reserve price per MHz per Pop for 10 years for 3.5. GHz spectrum - World
  • Price & reserve price per MHz per Pop for 10 years for 3.5. GHz spectrum - Europe
  • Price & reserve price per MHz per Pop for 10 years for 26 GHz spectrum - World
  • Relationship between reserve prices and final prices per population for 10 years and per frequency band
  • Relationship between spectrum allocation format, reserve prices and final prices per population for 10 years
  • Relationship between the number of MNOs, the Reserve price and the Final price in Europe
  • Relationship between the number of MNOs and price per MHz per population in Europe for the 700 and 800 MHz frequency bands
  • Correlation between the quantity of spectrum distributed and the price per MHz per population for the 700 MHz frequency band in APAC and Europe
  • Relationship between country area and price per MHz per population for the 700 MHz and 3500 MHz frequency bands
  • Relationship between annual debt and price per MHz per population for the 700 MHz frequency band

6. Italy and Germany

  • Italy - Reserve price versus price
  • Italy - Auction results and related prices per MHz per PoP for ten years
  • Italy - Price per MHz per PoP for 10 years
  • Germany - Reserve price versus price
  • Germany - Auction results and related prices per MHz per PoP for ten years
  • Germany - Reserve price and price per MHz per PoP for 10 years