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Montreal digital test transmitter delayed

News | 06/21/2002 4:00 am EDT

The implementation of a digital test transmitter in Montreal has been delayed due to "hot spots" on Mount Royal, according to Canadian Digital Television (CDTV) president Michael McEwen. Industry Canada has decided not to issue licences for any more transmitters at the location due to "hot spots" from existing transmitters, which could be a health hazard if people stand too long in the area.

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