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Industry Urges FCC To OK Spectrum Sharing For Medical Body Area Networks

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Medical technology firms are asking the Federal Communications Commission to finalize a proposed rule that would allocate prime radiofrequency spectrum for non-exclusive use by wireless patient monitoring networks

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