SDR Forum Creates Group to Address White Space Communications Test Guidelines and Requirements

January 2009
Portable Design;Jan2009, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p14
The article reports that the non-profit organization SDR Forum has created a new group to address test guidelines and requirements for secondary spectrum access of unused television (TV) spectrum. Named as "Test Guidelines and Requirements for Secondary Spectrum Access of Unused TV Spectrum," the initiative will develop a set of use cases and test requirements for the use of cognitive radio techniques.


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