Sharing between IMT and DTT

This study considered the feasibility of co-channel co-existence between IMT and DTT systems operating in the 470 – 694/698 MHz band. The study focussed on the impact of interference from IMT into DTT systems. Due to relatively high antenna gains, EIRP values and fixed antenna masts positioned above the clutter, the protection of DTT receivers[…]

Benefits of digital broadcasting

Plum and Farncombe developed for the GSMA a summary of the benefits of digital broadcasting that flow to players on the broadcast value chain.  The benefits for the broadcasting industry of the transition to DTT include: An increase in the capacity of broadcast transmission networks by improving spectrum efficiency (i.e. more data can be transmitted per[…]

An assessment of the NPT’s proposed regulation of broadband markets in Norway

This report provides an independent assessment of the Norwegian Post and Telecommunication Authority (NPT) draft decision on how to regulate the broadband market in Norway over the next three years. In the assessment Plum set out where the NPT’s decision is likely to be against the public interest and/or inconsistent with European Commission guidance. Plum[…]