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White Space Radio Gives New Life To Old Spectrum

June 6, 2014

White space is the name given to unused TV channels in various locations around the U.S. and in some other countries. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) usually spaces the TV channels apart to prevent one from interfering with another, leaving blank unused channels in between.

 



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