FCC planning to open white spaces for ’super Wi-Fi’

The FCC plans to vote on rules to govern use of “white spaces” in spectrum between TV stations to enable high-bandwidth wireless broadband

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It’s been years coming, but the Federal Communications Commission appears ready to vote on regulations governing the use of spectrum gaps so they can be used for high-bandwidth mobile services, kind of a “super Wi-Fi.” The regulatory framework would approve the use of devices that operate in spectrum space normally reserved for television—so long as those devices don’t interfere with broadcast television or technologies like wireless microphones, they would be able to offer high-bandwidth wireless services.

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