FCC Votes to Open TV White Spaces for Unlicensed Use

Lost in the (understandably) overwhelming media coverage about the new President of the United States, the FCC has voted to open “white spaces” between TV channels to unlicensed use. This is a big decision that will lead to more open devices and a big push for extending wireless internet access to areas where the internet was previously unavailable or limited.

NYCwireless supports this FCC decision, and we look forward to making use of white space devices to help bring more internet to all areas of New York City. You can read about it in the New York Times and Ars Technica.

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2 thoughts on “FCC Votes to Open TV White Spaces for Unlicensed Use”

  1. i can’t believe i’m the only one who’s commented on this so far. this is a huge…major decision that will hopefully support the ‘free’ness of the internet.

    the internet is now our right and to open the ‘white spaces’ means that people can remain or become more informed citezens, therefore access resources that we previously unavailable.

    salud. and thanks for all of your hard work.

  2. i can’t believe i’m the only one who’s commented on this so far. this is a huge…major decision that will hopefully support the ‘free’ness of the internet.

    the internet is now our right and to open the ‘white spaces’ means that people can remain or become more informed citezens, therefore access resources that we previously unavailable.

    salud. and thanks for all of your hard work.

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