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ENACOM authorises 3.3GHz-3.6GHz band for mobile use

3 Jan 2023

Argentina’s National Communications Agency (Ente Nacional de Comunicaciones, ENACOM) has confirmed that it has added spectrum in the 3.3GHz-3.6GHz band to the Servicio Movil Terrestre (Land Mobile Service) register, in line with the Plan de Gestion Integral del Espectro Radioelectrico (Comprehensive Management Plan for the Radioelectric Spectrum). The decision was rubber-stamped in the watchdog’s last meeting of the 2022 and announced on 27 December.

According to TeleGeography’s GlobalComms Database, Argentina is aiming to stage a multi-band 5G spectrum auction in February 2023. Alongside spectrum in the 3.3GHz-3.6GHz band, ENACOM expects to distribute the following frequency bands: 1427MHz-1518MHz (1500MHz band); 1770MHz-1780MHz/2170MHz-2200MHz (AWS-3 band); 2300MHz-2400MHz (2.3GHz band); 24.25GHz-25.75GHz (26GHz band); and 37GHz-43.5GHz (38GHz band).

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