DSA gives thumbs up to Ofcom ‘White Spaces’ ruling

DSA gives thumbs up to Ofcom 'White Spaces' ruling

DSA gives thumbs up to Ofcom ‘White Spaces’ ruling

Global spectrum alliance The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) has welcomed yesterday’s positive ruling from UK regulator Ofcom concerning ‘White Spaces’.

“The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance welcomes this move and commends Ofcom for being as innovative, leading and forward-thinking as ever,” explains Prof. H Nwana, Executive Director of the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance. “The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance believes spectrum sharing via dynamic spectrum access must truly start being the norm rather than the exception, and Ofcom’s move will help advance this view.”

As of February 2015, the United States, Canada, and now the United Kingdom have implemented regulations for TV White Spaces, and in 2015 the regulatory processes in Singapore, South Africa, Malawi and possibly the Philippines are likely to conclude.


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