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FCC greenlights superfast Wi-Fi tethering for AR and VR headsets

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The Verge

The FCC unanimously approved plans by several tech companies to use the 6GHz band for wireless devices on the same day it voted to move forward with restoring net neutrality rules.

FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel proposed the new rules, which would authorize very low power (VLP) operations — meaning their signals won’t be able to go very far — in about 850MHz of the spectrum, on September 27th. The rules will also allow devices to “use higher power levels” so long as they’re geofenced to keep from interfering with actual licensed 6GHz usage, and the FCC will be taking comments on other ways it can expand 6GHz spectrum usage by technology devices.

A September Bloomberg report pointed to some of the kinds of devices the FCC’s affirmative…

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