EU aims to free up new waveband for cheaper, better mobile communications
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
In a move that promises to improve the quality of communication of medical information and images via so-called fourth-generation mobile technology, the European Commission has adopted a decision establishing harmonised technical rules for member states on the allocation of radiofrequencies in the 800MHz band.
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