Study: "White space" spectrum could be worth $100B

09/24/2009 | MarketWatch

Wireless frequencies known as "white spaces" could be worth $100 billion or more to technology companies over the next 15 years because of their potential ability to supplement currently unlicensed networks, according to a survey Microsoft commissioned. The FCC last year allowed companies such as Microsoft to use the unoccupied parts of the digital spectrum even though broadcasters objected they would cause signal interference.

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