Sunday, 17 February 2019

Ofcom approves use of white space spectrum

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Friday 02 September 11

U.K. regulator plans to make devices that connect via gaps between TV signal bands licence-exempt.

U.K. regulator Ofcom has approved the use of white spaces spectrum for communication services such as broadband Internet and M2M, predicting that white space technology will come to market by 2013. In a statement on Thursday the watchdog said the frequencies – pockets of unused airwaves sitting in bands reserved for broadcast TV signals &ndash…

U.K. regulator Ofcom has approved the use of white spaces spectrum for communication services such as broadband Internet and M2M, predicting that white space technology will come to market by 2013. In a statement on Thursday the watchdog said the frequencies – pockets of unused airwaves sitting in bands reserved for broadcast TV signals &ndash…

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