Jun 17, 2013

of singapore super wi-fi

The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) has started to gather feedback for a regulatory framework on TV White Spaces (TVWS), also known as super Wi-Fi. This is a step toward reallocating unused TV frequency channels for wireless broadband and communications.

Radio frequencies in the TVWS spectrum bands, typically in the 700-megahertz spectrum band, allows wide area outdoor wireless coverage, better building penetration and potential for high-speed connectivity.

There are already three projects rolled out by the Singapore White Spaces Pilot Group (SWSPG) which involved National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore Island Country Club (SICC) and Wi-Fi access for vessels near shore. The new commercial pilots include: Gardens by the Bay, Sentosa, Housing & Development Board (HDB) and Eurokars Group.

Read more (Singapore launches public consultation of TV White Spaces)

TV White Spaces - A Global Momentum towards Commercialization


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