FCC Tests White Space Devices
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FCC Tests White Space Devices

FCC tests new white space devices at Patapsco Valley State Park near Baltimore, that tech companies are hoping to use to tap into unlicensed airwaves, which could provide wireless Internet service.Video by Kim Hart/The Washington Post

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