From Texas Instruments Digital Signal Processors & ARM Microprocessors
White Space is the common term used
when referring to the reuse of the guard
bands (white space) in the digital TV
spectrum for the purpose of broadband
networking. The formal standards
for this are IEEE 802.11af (White-Fi) and
IEEE 802.22 (Wi-Far™). There are several very enticing advantages for reusing this bandwidth, not the least of which
is the potential for digital broadband "hot
spots" with a range of several kilometers.
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