The Battle for Bandwidth

La Cerra, Steve
October 2008
Mix;Oct2008, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p56
The article reports on the issues on pro audio wireless industry concerning the availability of bandwidth. This includes the re-allocation of the frequencies between 698 and 806 megahertz which was implemented by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission. The white space legislation that is being considered by the U.S. Congress which would open up the unused ultrahigh frequency (UHF) television channels for broadband use is also noted.


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