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Google Seeks FCC Permission For Secretive Tests
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Google sought permission from the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to allow it to experiment with millimeter-wave technology for two years, says a report from The Register. Google’s public filing is redacted and is mostly related to the name of the entity it wants to run the tests, specific locations and antenna characteristics.


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