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Telecoms split on ISED’s proposed approach to opening 6 GHz band

News | 03/02/2021 5:20 pm EST

The federal government’s proposal to open up the 6 GHz spectrum band for WiFi use has received broad support in an Industry, Science and Economic Development Canada consultation.

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