Google Gunning for White Spaces
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.
Aug 25, 2022
SoundCore today announced the Space A40 wireless earbuds and Space Q45 Headphones, part of a new line of audio accessories that have key features like ANC (adaptive noise cancelling), but are affordably priced. The Space A40 Bluetooth earbuds offer 10 hours of listening on their own, and 50 total hours with the included charging case.
Jan 2, 2022
Verizon and AT&T this morning refused a request by federal transportation officials to delay this week's planned launch of 5G service in the critical new C Band. [Update: By evening, the two companies agreed to a two-week delay.] The FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) insists that the service could potentially interfere with radio altimeters that planes use to measure distance to the ground in poor weather.
Jan 4, 2022
Verizon has formally announced plans to launch 5G in the new "C-band" mid-band radio frequencies later his month, and filled in details of what the launch will include. The company is promising to cover 100 million people — nearly 1/3 of the population — with the new network at launch.
Mar 1, 2022
FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel gave a speech at the MWC trade show in Barcelona today where she announced that the FCC will start Auction 108 for 2.5 GHz mid-band spectrum in July of this year. This is the same band 41 that T-Mobile currently uses.
Apr 21, 2022
The FCC has launched an official proceeding to investigate how it can best address the issue of radio receiver performance. The FCC has historically regulated radio transmitters, but paid little attention to the technical aspects of radio receivers.
Google Wireless....One could only dream.
You are in an area that will drop a call because MAYBE the tower isnt pointed towards you so you...