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Canadian licence-exempt players divided over impact of FCC ruling on 2.4 GHz

News | 09/18/2000 4:00 am EDT

Industry players offering service in the licence-exempt 2.4 GHz band are divided over what effect a recent Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ruling will have in this country. The decision, which gives more bandwidth to proponents of HomeRF technology, also raises concerns of increased interference and congestion in the unlicensed band.

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