The White Spaces Coalition (WSC) is a group of companies devoted to making use of white space in the analog television spectrum to offer wireless broadband. It’s an impressive lineup: Microsoft, Google, Dell, HP, Intel, Philips, Earthlink, and Samsung are the group’s public members; there are also a couple of Coalition members who prefer to remain unknown.
This article has links to petitions to ensure the freed spectrum is used for open wireless usage
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