Three independent reports issued by consultancies LS Telcom and Goldin, and by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) are highlighting the risk for the ITU to base future spectrum demands for Mobile Broadband on input assumptions and market projections that are questionable.

BNE calls for Mobile Broadband spectrum forecasts to be recalibrated, based on proper estimation methods and unbiased analysis of traffic density, market sizing and technology improvements such as wi-fi offloading, mobile network configuration and compression.

The full article, published by Policy Tracker, can be accessed here. Read the  LS Telcom Report, the EBU Report, and the Goldin Report.