March 21, 2014
// News

DSA Asks FCC To Move Quickly on Wireless Spectrum

According to CED Magazine, the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) is urging the FCC to move quickly on opening up more unlicensed spectrum for wireless use. The DSA’s members include tech giants like Facebook and Google, which presumably carry some weight.

One argument is to open up the so-called “white-space spectrum,” the unused frequencies that have been licensed mostly to TV broadcasters but left unused to avoid interference.

To find out more about the DSA’s filings with the FCC and the possible solutions for opening up more unlicensed wireless spectrum, check out Brian Santo’s story.

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