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Big three worry generic licensing for earth stations in motion will affect rural, remote 5G deployment

News | 12/01/2021 5:35 pm EST
A list of spectrum bands ISED is considering for release over the next five years. /Image via ISED.

Canada’s big three telecommunications companies are worried that generic licensing for earth stations in motion (ESIMs), in certain bands, will cause interference with 5G deployment and flexible use systems, the incumbents told Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) in replies, published Monday, to a consultation on earth stations and space stations.

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