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Move quickly on spectrum for 5G, Canadian gov’t told

Briefs | 11/22/2019 3:25 pm EST
From left, Martin Cave, Oliver Chapman, Evan Kwerel, Dan Maldoom, Pat Sujarittanonta,Jan-Hendrik Jochum, Nick Bone, Erik Bohlin and Janet Yale./ Photo by Anja Karadeglija.

OTTAWA — A panel of international spectrum policy experts and industry representatives gathered in Ottawa Thursday said the Canadian government should make more spectrum available and reconsider set-asides for auctions.

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