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Google Gunning for White Spaces

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Mar 24, 2008, 11:25 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Today Google filed comments with the FCC that declare its desire to use 'white space' spectrum for mobile broadband services. White spaces are the unused areas of spectrum that are located in between analog television channels. Google said it is working to develop technology so that its service won't interfere with the adjoining spectrum. The FCC has been testing the white spaces on its own to determine if they can be used effectively. Google did not elaborate further on exactly what its mobile broadband services would entail.

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T Mobster

Mar 24, 2008, 6:46 PM

Google Wireless....One could only dream.

It sucks that Verizon Wireless won the 700MHz C-Block. Who would've guessed otherwise. At least if Google would've won then we could see a nice unchained wireless company. With new ideas. I have a Verizon Wireless phone and I'm going to be porting my wife's line and mine over to my company. I'm tired of the high prices and the rude reps. Over rated service and I can say that because I am a VZW subscriber. I've dropped over 15 calls in the last month alone and I live 1.7 miles away from a VZW tower and exchanged over 18 handsets since july of last year. Since I'm getting a heavily discounted service plan through Tmobile, who cares if I drop calls. However we are number one in the Detroit market for least dropped calls according to J.D Power ...
Ok, so you are upset that you dropped OVER 15 calls in the last month. Let me get something straight for your thoughts about the services you recieve.

You are in an area that will drop a call because MAYBE the tower isnt pointed towards you so you...
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