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Mobile & Wireless

White space could drive UK rural broadband development

Wednesday 25 April 2012 | 14:07 CET | News
White space technology could help drive the UK economy forward by providing high performance rural broadband for up to 2million 'un-served' premises, according to TTP, company involved in the Cambridge TV White Spaces Consortium trials. As part of the Consortium trials, TTP in collaboration with Neul, delivered a broadband service of 8 Mbps over a single 8 MHz TV channel, via a white space link between its headquarters in Melbourn, south of Cambridge, to the remote village of Orwell 5.5 km away.

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Neul
Countries: United Kingdom
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