Public hearing on ideas and market demands for frequency bands that can be used to provide wireless broadband services
Pursuant to the provisions of Section 39 of Act C of 2003 on Electronic Communications (hereinafter: Electronic Communications Act) the National Media and Infocommunications Authority is to hold a public hearing on ideas and market demands for frequency bands that can be used to provide wireless broadband services.
In the framework of the implementation of the Radio Spectrum Strategy, NMHH would like to learn about the market needs of potential stakeholders (e.g. market players, service providers, manufacturers, frequency users, institutions) for frequency bands, parts of frequency bands suitable for certain broadband wireless electronic communications services with special regard to the renewal request received in the 450 MHz frequency band. The subject matter of the public hearing will include the 450 MHz, 700 MHz, 1500 MHz, 2300 MHz, 2600 MHz, 26 GHz and 32 GHz frequency bands (detailed band descriptions were prepared) and the 410-430 MHz and 3.8-4.2 GHz frequency bands.
The public hearing will be held from 10:00 am on 22 March 2022 in the MVM Dome (H-1098 Budapest, Üllői út 131.).
The preparatory documents related to the subject matter of the public hearing can be found in the annexes (Preparatory material for the consultation and the frequency band descriptions for the 450 MHz, 700 MHz, 1500 MHz, 2300 MHz, 2600 MHz, 26 GHz and 32 GHz frequency bands as annexes).
The Authority kindly requests the stakeholders to submit their opinions, proposals, observations no later than at the public hearing verbally or in writing. Any electronic documents sent to the email@example.com email address of the Authority will be published by the Authority until no later than the 8th day before the public hearing.
We ask professional stakeholders to indicate their wish to participate in the event at the firstname.lastname@example.org email address until 17 March 2022 the latest. The event is not open to the press.
Registered participants will receive any pandemic-related notices, information on parking and other technical details no later than 5 days before the hearing.
The Authority shall draw up a summary report on the public hearing containing the comments and views presented during the hearing, except for data classified as the business secrets of the person presenting the opinion or recommendation. The Authority shall publish the summary report on its website within thirty days of the date of the hearing.