According to Microsoft, “The Cambridge TV White Spaces trial is notable not only as an exploration of how cognitive radio technologies can enable more efficient use of spectrum, but also for the caliber and breadth of the consortium of technology and broadcast organizations involved” . Along with Microsoft, the following organizations such as BBC, BSkyB, BT, Cambridge Consultants, Microsoft, Neul, Nokia, Samsung, Spectrum Bridge Inc. and TTP. Adaptrum and KTS are also providing considerable hardware support. In US, FTC gave permission to use unused waves in the spectrum(White Spaces) for other purposes which Microsoft cited as an important first step toward allowing these new technologies to proliferate Full Press Release after the break. CAMBRIDGE, England — 27 June 2011 — Today, representatives from some of the UK’s largest technology and media companies announced the formation of the Cambridge TV White Spaces Consortium. The group is undertaking technology trials to ...

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