TV White Space: Ready for Prime Time?

UNH BCoE’s new White Paper explores the potential of TV White Space spectrum as a medium for broadband Internet delivery.

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Author:
Stewart Schley

Major figures in the Internet economy have high hopes for broadband Internet delivery using TV White Space frequencies that are capable of delivering high-speed IP traffic over long distances — the so-called “Super Wi-Fi” medium.

In association with the Gigabit Libraries Network, UNH BCoE has completed a four-month trial of TV White Space technology in Durham, N.H., that provided Internet connectivity to two libraries and the UNH InterOperability Laboratory, a nationally known technology testing facility.

Results of the trial, along with a broader description of TV White Space origins, technology foundation and exclusive financial models for TVWS deployment are published in our newest white paper.

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Here’s UNH BCoE Executive Director Rouzbeh Yassini on the promise of using TV White Space frequencies to extend the range of broadband networks: