Good report. Well done guys.
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> On 19 Jan 2021, at 10:14 AM, David Indeje via kictanet <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Mr John Walubengo and Mr Barrack Otieno spend some time establishing Kenya’s preparedness to deploy fifth-generation wireless networks (5G).
> The study reviews the historical progression of mobile networks through to the current 5G mobile technologies. It then highlights the technical properties and use-cases that 5G technologies.
> In addition, they reviewed the global 5G state of play and contrasts that with a situational analysis for Kenya. It finds that whereas the Kenyan legal, policy, and regulatory frameworks are quite advanced, there is no specific, national 5G Strategy in place.
> For more of their findings in the policy brief, bit.ly/2XVMdit
> Kind Regards,
> David Indeje
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