WVU uses TV white space frequencies for Wi-Fi network

Wednesday 10 July 2013 | 21:15 CET | News
West Virginia University has announced it has partnered with AIR.U, the Advanced Internet Regions consortium, to transform the 'TV white spaces' frequencies left empty when television stations moved to digital broadcasting into connectivity for students and the surrounding community. The initial phase of the network provides free public Wi-Fi access for students and faculty at the Public Rapid Transmit platforms, a 73-car tram system that transports more than 15,000 riders daily. The network deployment is managed by AIR.U co-founder Declaration Networks Group LLC and represents a

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Countries: United States
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