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Canadian government still waiting for U.S. decision–FCC commissioner’s remarks on 3G spectrum allocation encouraging: Binder

News | 07/09/2001 4:00 am EDT

The top official in Canada’s department responsible for spectrum allocation says he’s heartened by recent remarks made by a Federal Communications Commission commissioner on the issue of what spectrum the United States will use for third generation (3G) wireless services. But Michael Binder, Industry Canada’s assistant deputy minister, Spectrum Information Technologies and Telecommunications, stresses that nothing is final until the Americans publish their decision.

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