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The Super Wi-Fi is a technology that uses TV white space to provide the wireless Internet service [2].
Microsoft has said that a mix of its TV white spaces technology, satellite internet and other connection methods could prove economically transformative for rural Americans who lack reliable access to broadband.
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.
Moving beyond the U.S., TV white spaces broadband could find a home in developing countries like in the Philippines where broadband internet access is still limited.
Naik et al., "Toward enabling broadband for a billion plus population with TV white spaces," IEEE Communications Magazine, vol.
Caption: The TV White Spaces trial run included high-resolution Skype video conferencing from three locations, each connected to the Internet with the help of Adaptrum's TVWS technology with the next steps are to enhance the network operational efficiency, and to trial video teaching, e-content distribution, and peering between the connected stations.
The authors in [16] described a multiserver multipriority queuing model for the analysis of feasibility of vehicular dynamic spectrum access in TV white spaces. They resorted to CR technologies and studied the feasibility of dynamic spectrum access schemes that tapped into TV white spaces, and in an attempt to secure interleaved channels suitable for making communication between vehicles.
Mahonen, "Improving coverage prediction for primary multitransmitter networks operating in the TV white spaces," 9th Annual IEEE Communication Society Conference on Sensor, Mesh and Adhoc Communication and Networks (SECON), 547-555, 2012.
Microsoft has announced that it is collaborating with the Kenyan government and a local Internet service provider to provide broadband access using TV white spaces and solar-powered base stations.
(2010): "Cognitive radio access to TV white spaces: Spectrum opportunities, commercial applications and remaining technology challenges", DYSPAN 2010, 4th IEEE Symposium on New Frontiers in Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks, Vol.
Vacant spectrum from unused analog television bands - commonly called "TV white spaces" - presents an important new frequency for Wi-Fi operation, and today's FCC ruling provides usable guidance that is responsive to industry recommendations.