Recent Posts tagged with White Spaces

White Spaces Update: First TV Bands Device, Database Begin Operation

Microphone and wireless-systems manufacturer Shure has been in the forefront of the White Spaces issue since the beginning, and Shure Manager of Technical and Educational Communications Chris Lyons brought SVG up to speed on its current status. The first TV Bands Device (a fixed device designed to provide local wireless broadband) and the first TV […]  More

FCC White-Spaces Ruling Is a Win for Sports Broadcasters

The FCC’s unanimously adopted Second Memorandum Opinion and Order on TV White Spaces opens a new door for wireless data-based services for consumers across the country and, more important, closes the door on many potential concerns of professional wireless-microphone users. How? When the concept of allowing unlicensed consumer devices to reside within White Spaces, or […]  More

FCC To Decide on White Spaces Rules This Week

On Sept. 23, the FCC will vote on revised rules for the use of newly available spectrum between digital television channels, known as White Spaces. Backers of the use of the White Spaces for mobile consumer devices — notably Microsoft, Google, Dell, and other software and hardware suppliers — tout future uses of this spectrum […]  More

Wireless Mic Users Make Voices Heard With FCC

It’s been a busy few weeks with respect to wireless spectrum as a broad array of wireless microphone users have inundated the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) with comments, urging them to expand eligibility for wireless microphone licenses. Submissions came from music producers Phil Ramone and Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, American Idol Music Director Rickey Minor, Live […]  More

Pending Legislation Could Help Refine White-Space Management

The White Space issue, which could potentially threaten the integrity of wireless microphones used for sports broadcasts and officiating, is heating up again. Rep. Bobby Rush (D-IL) proposes to protect 13 classes of wireless-microphone users from interference resulting from the operation of devices that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has approved for the “white-spaces” frequencies […]  More

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