Radio Spectrum

Spectrum is the oxygen of wireless networks. It plays a fundamental role in enabling connectivity for satellites, telecoms, air traffic control, defence and other vital activities, as well as licence-exempt technologies, such as Wi-Fi. To meet and balance the competing demands for spectrum, governments and regulators need to release the right frequencies at the right time, and under appropriate conditions to meet policy objectives.

Building on our established networks and many years of experience, the PIP team has a deep understanding of the regulatory, the technical and commercial dimensions of spectrum at both a global level and a local level. We know how to engage on spectrum-related issues in an increasingly complex and sensitive policy landscape and promote mutual understanding across industries, and between regulators and policymakers, to shape policies that can positively impact investment, innovation and competition