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Canada’s radio amateurs losing primary allocation on key growth spectrum

News | 12/14/2005 5:00 am EST

Industry Canada is taking some spectrum away from radio amateurs and re-designating it for land-mobile use. DGTP-004-05, Proposals and Changes to the Spectrum in Certain Bands Below 1.7 GHz, outlines several spectrum realignments designed to harmonize the country’s spectrum allocations with those in the United States and to open up spectrum for new applications.

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