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5Groningen to propose shared access to 3.5 GHz band to defence dept

Monday 19 March 2018 | 14:23 CET | News
The 5G research project 5Groningen said it plans to propose shared access to the 3.5GHz band to the Dutch defence department in order to go ahead with planned tests of the new mobile technology. Programme manager Peter Rake said he will make the proposal in parliament on 29 March. 

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