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寬頻PPDR:頻帶,產業計畫,全球發展 - 政策選擇和時間規模的評估

Broadband PPDR: Bands, Business Plans and Global Progress - An Independent Assessment of Policy Options and Timescales

出版商 PolicyTracker 商品編碼 916923
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 129 Pages
商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內
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寬頻PPDR:頻帶,產業計畫,全球發展 - 政策選擇和時間規模的評估 Broadband PPDR: Bands, Business Plans and Global Progress - An Independent Assessment of Policy Options and Timescales
出版日期: 2019年11月18日內容資訊: 英文 129 Pages
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本報告提供寬頻PPDR (Public Protection and Disaster Relief:公共保護、災害救援) 調查分析,到目前為止的進展的評估與政策選擇的範圍等相關的系統性資訊。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 本報告

第3章 寬頻PPDR (BB-PPDR) 為必要理由

第4章 BB-PPDR所使用的頻帶

  • 概要
  • 頻帶公佈的預測 (今後10年)
  • PPDR

第5章 PPDR中使用的技術

  • 目前方案
  • PS-LTE的未來

第6章 時間規模

  • 700MHz頻段
  • 400MHz頻段
  • 緩慢但穩定
  • 新的經營模式
  • 成對卡車方法
  • 長的前置作業時間

第7章 首發國

  • 擁有模式
  • 灰色地帶
  • 韓國
  • 德國
  • 法國
  • 英國
  • 美國

第8章 公共安全的頻帶開放商用嗎?

  • 美國
  • 英國

第9章 結論

第10章 對國家概要的指南

目錄

Using LTE for broadband PPDR has been much heralded: this new report from PolicyTracker goes beyond the hype to give a timely independent assessment of the progress so far and the range of policy options.

Broadband PPDR: bands, business plans and global progress covers the benefits of broadband for public protection and disaster relief services, the economic challenges, policy options, likely timescales and future prospects. It is based on interviews with key stakeholders and a survey of 38 countries.

The policy initiatives for delivering next generation blue light communications range from a reliance on commercial mobile operators, such as the FirstNet public/private partnership in the USA and the UK's contract with a mobile operator, to the state-owned dedicated network proposed in Germany.

But are these approaches really as different as they seem? Are they being taken up in other countries? These are some of the issues addressed in the report, which also covers:

  • The arguments for moving to broadband-PPDR
  • Likely deployment timescales
  • Favoured spectrum bands
  • Political debates about BB-PPDR
  • Use of 5G for BB-PPDR
  • A country-by-country assessment of the progress made so far
  • Lessons from early adopters
  • Will there be a PS-LTE dividend?

The report is 129 pages long, including maps, diagrams and a summary table of progress in the countries studied.

Table of Contents

1. Executive summary

  • Business models
  • Timescales
  • Late mover advantage?
  • A PS-LTE dividend?

2. About this report

  • Aims
  • Structure of the report

3. Why is broadband PPDR needed?

4. What bands will be used for BB-PPDR?

  • Overview
  • Expected spectrum release over next 10 years
  • PPDR

5. What technologies will be used for PPDR?

  • Current scenario
  • The path to PS-LTE

6. Timescales

  • 700 MHz range
  • 400 MHz range
  • Slow and steady
  • New business models
  • A twin track approach
  • Long lead times

7. First mover countries

  • Ownership models
  • Shades of grey
  • South Korea
  • Germany
  • France
  • UK
  • USA

8. Will some public safety spectrum be freed up for commercial use?

  • USA
  • UK

9. Conclusions

  • PS-LTE is the next generation for PPDR
  • Speed of deployment has been exaggerated
  • Which bands will be used for BB-PPDR?
  • Interdependency: digital TV and commercial cellular
  • Hybrid approaches are the most common
  • Innovative approaches
  • 5G PPDR networks
  • No PS-LTE dividend

10. A guide to the country overviews

Official announcements about said about allocation of PPDR spectrum

What spectrum will be freed up in the next 10 years in 400/700/800 MHz?

Scope

  • The Americas
    • 11. Chile
    • 12. Argentina
    • 13. Brazil
  • Europe, the Middle East and Africa
    • 14. Estonia
    • 15. Albania
    • 16. Denmark
    • 17. Ireland
    • 18. Romania
    • 19. Netherlands
    • 20. Slovenia
    • 21. Hungary
    • 22. Portugal
    • 23. Spain
    • 24. Poland
    • 25. Sweden
    • 26. Austria
    • 27. Iceland
    • 28. Czech Republic
    • 29. Greece
    • 30. Croatia
    • 31. Saudi Arabia
    • 32. Russia
    • 33. Turkey
    • 34. Ukraine
    • 35. South Africa
  • Asia and Oceania
    • 36. India
    • 37. Vietnam
    • 38. Indonesia
    • 39. Taiwan
    • 40. Malaysia
    • 41. Singapore
    • 42. Australia
    • 43. New Zealand
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