CEPT Workshop on 6G Mobile Communications

The European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations (CEPT) is an organization where policy makers and regulators from 46 countries across Europe collaborate to harmonise telecommunication, radio spectrum, and postal regulations to improve efficiency and co-ordination for the benefit of European society. The CEPT is a voluntary association of European countries. It seeks to deliver greater efficiency through the effective coordination of its work to create a dynamic market in the field of European posts and telecommunications.

The CEPT conducts its work through three autonomous business committees (ECC, ComITU and CERP). The chairs of these committees form the organisation’s Presidency, supported by the central Office, the ECO, in Copenhagen, Denmark.

As the evolution of future cellular technologies from 5G to 6G is currently under research in academia and industry, the CEPT organised a workshop this week with the aim to explore various areas such as the current status of work on 6G, the key drivers, technology and applications, the possible usage scenarios cases and the resulting spectrum requirements.

Analyst Dean Bubley from Disruptive Analysis live Tweeted both the days of the workshop. You can follow his Twitter threads from the links below:

The agenda is available here (detailed PDF). The presentations and photos from the event are available here. I will add any detailed summaries to this post if/when available.

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