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Nkom announces spectrum for cordless microphones as 700 MHz switch to 5G looms

Friday 20 September 2019 | 14:28 CET | News
Norwegian communications regulator Nkom said that it will still be possible to use the 738-753 MHz frequency range for cordless microphones for an interim period, as the 700 MHz band is switched to 5G use. Spectrum designated as K-SDL will be retained as a national resource for such microphones.

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