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Nuts & Volts Magazine (December 2012)

White Space Spectrum Benefits All Wireless Applications

By Louis E. Frenzel    View In Digital Edition  

Spectrum, of course, is the electromagnetic radio spectrum that all of our wireless devices occupy. This free space spectrum is allocated by governments to the various radio/TV broadcast and wireless services to avoid interference and conflicts between users. After years of wireless progress and growth, there is precious little spectrum left for further development.


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