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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Then there is Stephen Cracknell, founder and CIO of US Medical IT, which offers telemedicine in rural areas and also sees to benefit from TV white spaces broadband.
As a starting point, 12 TV white spaces pilot projects are planned to be put up for 12 different states within the next 12 months.
Cacciapuoti, "Optimal Database Access for TV White Space," IEEE Transactions on Communications, vol.
Quantifying the availability of TV white spaces for cognitive radio operation in the UK," Proc.
The broadband pilot in unserved locations near Nanyuki and Kalema in Kenya will use TV white spaces, the unused portions of wireless spectrum in the frequency bands generally used for television, Microsoft said.
The SST enables highly precise radio frequency sensing by wireless devices operating in the TV White Spaces and other spectrum bands.
We share the FCC's enthusiasm about the potential use of TV white spaces for Wi-Fi," said Wi-Fi Alliance CEO Edgar Figueroa.
Google was also instrumental in opening broadcast TV white spaces for wireless use, over considerable opposition.
whether higher-powered unlicensed operations might be permitted in TV white spaces in rural areas," where presumably wireless mikes are less of an issue.
Recent years have seen much progress towards understanding how TV white spaces (TVWS) might be used, in terms of regulation, technology, and potential services.
Grant recipients are already addressing a range of challenges that take advantage of last-mile access technologies such as TV white spaces, and their business models also demonstrate the ability to scale up and be market-sustained.
TV white spaces are seen by Carlson Wireless as the way to bring broadband internet service to rural Americans lacking service at this time, and potentially to billions worldwide.