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Antenna order backlogs stall wireless broadband rollout in some rural communities

News | 11/23/2009 3:59 pm EST

The recession is being blamed for a backlog of orders for antennas, which is delaying the rollout of broadband Internet in some rural communities. It comes at a time when Canada and the United States are spending hundreds of millions of dollars on WiMAX and other wireless broadband as part of ambitious broadband stimulus plans.

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