The project concerns the study and in-depth scientific investigation of future spectrum allocations discussed in the international CEPT and ITU contexts, and which are also a topic of discussion in the upcoming WRC-23.
At national level, it is important to monitor the indications provided by the Radio Spectrum Policy Group (RSPG)1, a steering group within the European Commission on spectrum policies, in order to understand what actions are being addressed at European level to ensure efficient use of spectrum.
In order to ensure the efficient use of spectrum in scenarios involving the shared use of spectral resources, specific coexistence studies will be carried out that take into account the protection of the systems involved based on the current or possible future allocation of frequency resources.
In particular, the technical conditions of spectrum use and coexistence between different services in the same band or in adjacent bands in different application scenarios (e.g. shared use of the spectrum) and the possible scenarios of spectrum use in different frequency bands for different services of interest in the national context (e.g. mobile, TV, fixed and fixed satellite services) will be studied in order to provide the Ministry with the necessary elements to manage future spectrum management policies.