US regulator proposes splitting auto safety spectrum to boost Wi-Fi

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US regulator proposes splitting auto safety spectrum to boost Wi-Fi

Plan sets up a clash between two major industries.

A little-used block of spectrum set aside for auto safety should be split to accommodate the rapidly growing number of wireless devices, the chairman of the US telecoms regulator said on Wednesday, a plan that sets up a clash between two major industries. A block of the 5.9 GHz spectrum band was ...

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