Will “White Space” internet work with existing hardware?
ehtan 21 weeks ago
I’ve heard about White Space internet that uses unused TV spectrum to provide internet connectivity to places that don’t have existing infrastructure, as well as free public access. Sounds great, but will this White Space internet be accessible with existing hardware, or will it require different radios in laptops, mobile devices, et at?
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