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Government seeking crowdsourced spectrum usage data

Briefs | 08/29/2019 5:10 pm EDT

As major spectrum auctions considered important for 5G networks grow nearer, Innovation, Science, and Economic Development (ISED) wants to know more about how spectrum is used in Canada, and is looking at Victoria, B.C.-based Tutela Technologies to gather crowd-sourced information for it.

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