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Russia set to allow 5G testing in 25-29 GHz range

Thursday 30 May 2019 | 11:27 CET | News
The Russian state commission for radio frequencies SRFC plans to take a decision on the allocation of the 25-29.5 GHz band for testing 5G technology, reports Izvestia citing a document from the watchdog. The decision on the issue is planned to be taken on 5 June. If adopted, 5G testing could start towards the end of this summer.

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