Television white spaces

Television white space refers to portions of television broadcast spectrum that is not being used in particular areas of Canada. In these areas, some TV channels remain vacant to prevent interference between broadcast stations or because of the limited demand for over-the-air TV stations. Through dynamic access to unused spectrum, white space technologies have the potential to provide opportunities to develop new services in areas where this spectrum is available.

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