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Proposed mmWave deployment requirements “radical change;” shorter licence terms biggest positive: Professor

News | 06/14/2022 11:26 am EDT
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The Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) is proposing “radical” changes for the deployment requirements of its future millimetre wave (mmWave) auction, along with shorter licence terms that are a “big positive” for Canadians, according to an associate professor at the University of Alberta’s school of library and information studies.

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