White Space


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White Space

Any empty space in a print advertisement. White space generally looks sleek and, for that reason, is frequently used to promote luxury or other expensive products.
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DataGryd's MegaSuite and 240,000 square feet of white space will stand the test of time, with 21st century, high-density MicroGryd power and cooling technology housed in the largest single-footprint data center space available in New York City.
These databases identify locations, frequencies and times where white space devices will not affect existing users and will apply rules, set by Ofcom, which put limits on the power levels they can operate at.
For colleges and universities, a significant opportunity exists in having unlicensed access to unused television channels, or TV white space spectrum.
This excellent rank in the White Space analysis is a welcome confirmation that we are on the right path to presenting information in a concise and attractive form while offering in-depth insights into a broad range of topics.
TV White Space spectrum refers to frequencies in the VHF and UHF television broadcast bands that are either unassigned or unused by existing broadcasters or other licensees.
InterDigital's DSM technology platform is a breakthrough in the use of TV White Space as a networking platform, providing both reliability and performance in the harsher shared spectrum environment.
TV white space is that portion of the television UHF and VHF frequency bands that is unused by licensed services.
Using a series of in-depth case studies, Johnson looks at how various companies have used novel business models to move into this white space and expand their market reach while achieving new growth.
First of all the white space separators surround the elements of the page such as text areas or pictures.
Google on Monday sent the Federal Communications Commission its pitch to use TV white space for mobile Internet or telephone services instead of leaving it empty to assuage what it says are baseless worries by broadcasters.
The concept of the building, set to open in Spring 2008, plays on two central elements: white space and gallery living--all 67 units include all-white interiors designed as blank canvases to display one's art and life.
Gary Allen, the academy's director, said the genius of the design Viera employed was its simplicity, effectively using open white space.