5G and 6G next-generation networks in the U.S. will require additional licensed spectrum to realize their full potential. The U.S. wireless industry has said it needs 400 MHz of licensed spectrum for commercial use by 2027 and 1500 MHz by 2032. If new licensed spectrum doesn’t become available, the U.S. risks falling behind other countries in its pursuit of next-generation networks. Nevertheless, some regulators are suggesting limits on spectrum licensing. This panel will look at the current spectrum pipeline and its impact on the future of wireless networks.
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