White-space spectrum could be the new playground for innovation

White-space spectrum, which sits between TV channels, is fast becoming a playground for what could be ground-breaking devices and services. Some of the applications envisioned would work in public safety, smart grids, ad-hoc mobile networks, home networking, one-way and two-way video and more. But is white space spectrum commercially viable? This special report takes a look at the latest developments. Special report

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