Unlicensed transmitters on TV broadcast frequencies

Krauss, Jeffrey
November 2006
CED;Nov2006, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p50
Trade Publication
The article comments on the plan of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to schedule the start of the deployment of unlicensed devices in February 2009. The author emphasizes the need to resolve some concerns regarding unlicensed transmitters before the said date. He points out that the deployment of the said devices can affect television reception.


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