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Size of 600 MHz set-aside, licence areas points of contention

News | 11/21/2017 5:25 pm EST

While much of the debate around the upcoming 600 MHz spectrum auction has centered on implementing spectrum set-asides, issues like imposing a spectrum cap and the size of any set-aside, the ability of small providers to participate, and compensation for TV stations are also being hammered out in the lead-up to the action.

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