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daily link  Friday, January 02, 2004


Boost for rural UK broadband: "Just before Christmas, the Department of Trade and Industry said it would let internet service providers and community groups use the 5.8Ghz Band C spectrum. .. The Ministry of Defence had resisted opening up the spectrum because it has radar systems operating in Band C of the 5GHz part of the spectrum.

As from 5 January, groups can apply for licences to use the radio frequency from the new communications regulator, Ofcom. The fees have been kept deliberately low, with a cost of £1 per net terminal, subject to a minimum of annual charge of £50. "

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