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Google Tests White Space Radio For Schools In South Africa

judgecorp (778838) writes | about a year ago

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judgecorp writes "White space radio, which uses unused capacity in the TV broadcast spectrum, is being used by Google to connect schools in South Africa. The experimental project gives ten schools a wireless link to the Internet — while most white space applications are for low-speed "machine to machine" comms, this one is full speed (well, 2.5Mbps) broadband."
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