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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But then there was a sea change in broadcasting technology, which had unintended consequences for the future of white space. In 2009 U.S.
It also suggests the containment of an idea through the boundary of white space around it.
For instance, the leadership's focus on white space has led them to recently add a complementary new service in certain markets, grocery delivery.
Even disruptive brands like Uber and Airbnb haven't uncovered white space. They've succeeded by fulfilling the exact same need for consumers that taxis and hotels do--with added value and innovation.
Similar to white space management, the cable and port management feature will allow the data center management to see how many ports they have in real time and which are available.
Retailers should identify white space opportunities with an eye toward balancing the assortment of store brand and national brand offerings, she adds, at the category level.
The new program includes "the development of a coordinated user group for AIR.U Quick Start participants to further develop the White Space technology, establish best practices, identify applications and share approaches for community expansion activities," according to Declaration Networks Group, a member of the AIR.U consortium.
This rather underwhelming first commercial operation has been followed by a more substantial launch of a white space system on the West Virginia University (WVU) campus in Morgantown, West Virginia.
In spectrum leasing, the SUs negotiate with PUs and acquire their white spaces [6], while the PUs lease their channels and receive rewards in the form of monetary gain or network performance enhancement through packet forwarding by SUs [7].
The success and peaceful coexistence between the primary users and the secondary users (white space devices) depend on the propagation characteristics of the channel.
Tape off the outlines to leave white space in between each one.
In its new format, a typical Saturday Globe and Mail has about 7 per cent white space and a further 3 per cent of plain, solid colours (not counting photos with plain expanses).