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US THz advocates to take fight to new ITU-R venue
Jan 22, 2021 by Toby Youell

ITU-R Study Group 1 has declined to consider a proposal on sharing THz frequencies, but the fight between active and passive advocates goes on.

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Biden urged to stop FCC-NTIA infighting on spectrum issues
Jan 21, 2021 by Dugie Standeford

Repairing the fractured relationship between the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) is vital to ensuring spectrum efficiency, US advisors and lawmakers say.

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Swedish 5G mid-band auction concludes swiftly despite Huawei’s legal challenges
Jan 20, 2021 by Manuel R. Marti

Swedish regulator PTS said it had concluded its sale of 2.3 GHz and 3.5 GHz spectrum for €229.3 million (SEK 2.32 billion) after various delays caused by security concerns. 

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Amateur radio licensees asked not to support US insurrection
Jan 19, 2021 by Toby Youell

US regulator the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) asked amateur and personal radio service licensees not to use the airwaves to “commit or facilitate criminal acts” in the run-up to the US presidential inauguration on 20 January.

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