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US Federal Communications Commission chairman Kevin Martin is pushing provisions for a free, nationwide wireless Internet service. The Commission is expected to consider the proposal later this month.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 05 November 2008 07:14

FCC frees up white spaces for wireless broadband

The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has decided to open the so called 'white spaces' in the TV spectrum for use by unlicensed devices for the delivery of wireless broadband services. Despite WiMAX and 3.5G services taking off in the US, will a new wave of wireless broadband soon be unleashed?

Published in Government Tech Policy
Tuesday, 19 August 2008 04:01

Google in new 'white space' spectrum push

Google has long been a proponent of opening up the 'white space' spectrum between TV channels for public use in the US. With the FCC preparing to make a ruling, the company is stepping up the PR campaign with the launch of Free The Airwaves.

Published in Government Tech Policy




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