September 14, 2010 5 Comments
According to the New York Times, sometimes within the next thirty to sixty days, the FCC could approve rules to open up white-spaces spectrum for commercial use.
Freeing up the spectrum means more wireless companies like Spectrum Bridge which has been using white-spaces spectrum to provide broadband services to the rural area, could pop out to take advantage of the opportunity.
Details of device requirements for the white-spaces spectrum have yet to be announced, but could be spelled out at the commission’s Sept. 23 open meeting. Read more of this post