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Scant evidence to oppose HPODs in 5GHz: telecoms

Briefs | 04/19/2017 9:59 pm EDT

Canada’s largest telecoms said opponents of high-power and outdoor devices (HPODs) in the 5GHz frequency band have failed to provide adequate evidence against the move.

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