We’ve Only Just Begun, Part II: Spectrum and the Future of the Internet

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Interesting article on

Submitted by American Empire (not verified) on September 27, 2013 - 4:27pm.

Interesting article on unlicensed spectrum and its future. It will be interesting what becomes of it, but freeing up more can create some very interesting opportunities and developments in technology and of course in music. --Ed

What I have not seen is

Submitted by John Mr Smart (not verified) on October 22, 2013 - 12:44am.

What I have not seen is anything about what using the 600 Mhz that was UHF TV will have a problem with close in transmitters that overload antenna amps on tv antennas or tv sets. It all depends on what is going to be on those frequencies.
As of now all the antenna amps / booster have no filter to block those frequencies that were tv channels. If what is on those frequencies is strong and close to a tv antenna it will block the tv channel.
Sirius has it all over everything with the spectrum they have that covers the whole country and more. Nothing is better than a satellite signal.

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