EU adopts decision harmonising 900 MHz band frequencies for IoT, RFID, rail communications

Thursday 11 October 2018 | 16:25 CET | News
The European Commission has adopted a decision harmonising use of the 874-876 and 915-921 MHz frequency bands across the EU. The aim is to make the spectrum available for short-range devices such as IoT sensors, as well as next-generation RFID. The decision also sets aside spectrum for railway communications, and allows EU members to preserve rights in the bands for existing military or public sector users.  

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