What is DMSL?
Established in 2012 Digital Mobile Spectrum Limited (DMSL) supports the interference-free use of radio spectrum in the UK. The company was set-up to run the at800 support programme and has managed this work since 4G at 800 MHz services began operating in the summer of 2013.
We are funded by and represent the UK mobile operators that hold allocations of 800 MHz spectrum: EE, Telefónica UK (O2), Three and Vodafone.
We are overseen by a board representing viewers, broadcasters, Ofcom and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport. This 4G/TV Co-existence Oversight Board monitors, advises and reports on our performance.
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