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Nkom puts amended proposals on use of 6 GHz band out to consultation

Friday 28 June 2019 | 14:12 CET | News
Norwegian communications regulator Nkom said it is running a hearing until 25 August concerning new proposals for the 6 GHz band, following input from interested parties. Originally, it consulted over a proposal to earmark four blocks in the high 6 GHz band  (6,600-6,760 MHz/6,940-7,100 MHz) for transmission permits. Now, it is proposing to allocated the entire 6 GHz band and potentially the whole 8 GHz band for transmission permits.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: NKOM
Countries: Norway
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