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FCC vote opens spectrum for 5G connectivity

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FCC vote opens spectrum for 5G connectivity, boosting IoT and mobile video

The FCC recently voted to set aside some wireless spectrum above 24 GHz for use in 5G connectivity and the Internet of Things.

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