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FCC OKs On-Body Medical Networks 41

Posted by samzenpus
from the can-you-feel-the-waves? dept.
itwbennett writes "On Wednesday the FCC approved the use of medical micropower networks (MMNs) in four blocks of the 400MHz spectrum band despite opposition from broadcast engineers who say they are concerned about interference. MMNs can be used to bypass areas of the nervous system that have been impaired by strokes or spinal cord or brain injuries."
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FCC OKs On-Body Medical Networks

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