After Tests, FCC Finds White Space Devices Don't Cause Interference

As a follow up to the City Council Hearing on White Space Devices, the FCC has completed their tests of devices that use spectrum white spaces, and concluded that they work well with the other existing devices using the same spectrum:

A report released yesterday by the Federal Communications Commissionconcluded that using empty airwaves to provide free wireless Internet would not cause major interference with other services, paving the way for FCC Chairman Kevin J. Martin’s proposal to sell the airwaves at a federal auction.