FCC certifies Googles White Spaces database




FCC certifies Googles White Spaces database

The FCC has Googles White Spaces database given final approval. With this permission can Google in the U.S. trials keep unused television frequencies. Wants the search giant eventually to offer. Wireless internet through this so-called white spaces

In the White Spaces database describes the frequencies that can be. use by region These frequencies were previously used for analogue television broadcasts but have fallen into disuse by the digitization. Google believes it can use wireless internet technology. This space in the ether Particularly in sparsely populated areas, the technology would be interesting.

Google is certified with the FCC authorization to manage. The White Spaces Database This is already used in some trials by Google, such as a project in South Africa. The search giant says it wants to show that other parties will get downtime. Burden on adjacent frequency blocks with the test

At the trial in South Africa would speeds from 1 to 10 Mbit / s can be achieved. Which transmission speeds Google in the United States thinks it can achieve is not yet clear. Well let the search giant to know that it is working with electronics manufacturers to read so that the correct frequencies are chosen. in a certain area of the White Spaces Database

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