The 8th Latin America Spectrum Management Conference will return as a virtual event in November 2021.
Taking place across a series of individual sessions, the conference will once again provide an online platform for stakeholders from Latin America to come together and discuss topical issues relating to the management and coordination of spectrum policy across the region.
Held using an interactive virtual event system, sessions will go beyond the standard webinar. Attendees will have the opportunity to get involved and engage through interactive sessions, one-to-one and group networking, technology demonstrations, a virtual exhibition area and more!
More details on the event, including the agenda and speaker line-up will be available shortly.
The conference is part of The Global Spectrum Series. The world’s largest collection of regional spectrum policy conferences.
Director, Radiocommunication Bureau, ITU
Executive Secretary, CITEL
Undersecretary of Telecommunications, SUBTEL, Chile
Director of the Communications Industry, Ministry of Information Technology and Communications, Colombia
Commissioner, IFT Mexico
Director General, ANE, Colombia
Executive Secretary, COMTELCA
Manager of Spectrum, Orbit and Broadcasting, Anatel Brazil
General Director of Policy and Regulation on Communications, Ministry of Transport and Communications, Peru
GSA Spectrum Chair for CITEL Region
Global Spectrum & Regulatory Policy, GSC
Public Policy Director, Latin America, GSMA
VP, Spectrum Strategy, Intelsat
Deputy Director Regulatory Affairs, America Movil
Times listed below are Bogota Local Time (UTC -5)
Launched in 2014, and now in its eighth consecutive year, the Latin America Spectrum Management conference has previously taken place in Rio de Janeiro, Mexico City, Bogota, Buenos Aires and Lima. The event is established as the leading platform for spectrum policy discussion within the region.
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Taking place virtually for the first time in November 2020, the 7th Latin America Spectrum Management Conference welcomed over 800 delegates from across the region and beyond for high-level discussions on WRC-19 & WRC-23, mmWave bands, the digital divide, key spectrum bands (in low, mid and high ranges), future connectivity networks, spectrum sharing, spectrum for verticals and much much more..