Google’s Page Wants White Spaces Before Election

Google co-founder Larry Page is at it again, urging the FCC to give
companies unlicensed access to White Space spectrum before the
Election, according to the Wall Street Journal. “All the FCC needs to say is that we will allow people to use the
spectrum in an unlicensed way if their devices don’t interfere,” Mr.
Page said at a briefing in Washington sponsored by the Wireless
Innovation Alliance, a coalition lobbying for access to the empty
channels. If you want to let Fawn Johnson, the reporter, know your thoughts drop
her a line at fawn.johnson@dowjones.com. SVG has spoken to her in the
past and she is receptive to more background and information on
problems with unlicensed devices in White Space spectrum.

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