The Federal Communications Commission has adopted an order that opens up the "white spaces" between TV channels for use by computers and wireless devices as part of an effort to provide equitable digital access in rural areas. The National Association of Broadcasters has praised the FCC for making the inclusion of geolocation capabilities mandatory as part of a plan to minimize TV interference by white space devices.
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