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Microsoft Sniffs Out Unused Wireless Spectrum

March 27th, 2011 03:39 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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alphadogg writes “Microsoft researchers have designed a scheme for measuring whether licensed radio frequencies are actually being used so unlicensed devices can use it, something that may become necessary as demand for wireless applications grows. The architecture, called SpecNet, would sense and map where spectrum is being used and more particularly where it’s not — so-called white spaces, according to a paper being presented next week at the USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation in Cambridge, Mass.”

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