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Wireless Networking

Television White Space Spectrum Approved For Use By FCC 107

Posted by Soulskill
from the new-wireless-acronym-time dept.
New submitter ptmartin01 writes "The unused spectrum now assigned to television broadcast has been made available for public use by the FCC. This is going to be used for wireless applications (PDF) with implications that it will generate as much investment as the previous Wi-Fi spectrum. It also happens to be the last available spectrum to be exploited."
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Television White Space Spectrum Approved For Use By FCC

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  • It's not the last (Score:2, Insightful)

    by Garybaldy (1233166) on Sunday December 25, 2011 @08:37AM (#38487820)
    The FCC could try to take away some of the amateur radio spectrum. Every now again they try to take some away. In so far they have not been successful. It is only a matter of time though. What with the number of new hams decreasing every year.

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