Tuesday, September 12, 2006

FCC Sets Roadmap for Using Vacant TV Airwaves

Jeremey Pelofsky writes for Reuters:

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday set a road map for making vacant television airwaves available for other services by early 2009, when broadcasters are due to switch to digital signals.

Companies such as computer chipmaker Intel Corp. have been pressing the FCC to make those airwaves available to be used without a license, while broadcasters have expressed concerns about potential interference with their signals.

More here.


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