TV Whitespace Opened Up

FCC Frees Up Vacant TV Airwaves For “Super Wi-Fi” Technologies and Other Technologies.

The Federal Communications Commission today took steps to free up vacant airwaves between TV channels — called “white spaces” — to unleash a host of new technologies, such as “super Wi-Fi,” and myriad other diverse applications. This is the first significant block of spectrum made available for unlicensed use in more than 20 years.