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Study Shows Inequalities in "White-Spaces" Wireless

Source: Technology Review

 A person living in upstate Michigan may gain significantly more from the death of analog television than someone living in New York City--at least, as far as long-range wireless Internet is concerned, a study suggests. On November 4, 2008, the Federal Communications Commission voted to allow the "white spaces" in the radio spectrum that were freed up by the analog television switch-off to be used for long-distance wireless Internet connectivity.

Written By: SuperUser Account
Date Posted: 6/15/2011
Number of Views: 975

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