UK's Ofcom Wi-Fi Plan for TV White Spaces
BroadbandTVnews.com reports that the UK’s Ofcom has put forward plans to run an ‘enhanced Wi-Fi’ service using the white space within the existing TV spectrum.
The UK would be the first country to launch such a service that would be capable of covering twice the range of Wi-Fi technology available today. The regulator said the recycling of the spectrum was a highly efficient way of making use of limited resources. It is anticipated that the available spectrum would be equal to that currently available to 3G services – significantly more in some locations.
You can read more at http://www.broadbandtvnews.com/2011/09/01/ofcom-wi-fi-plan-for-tv-white-spaces/