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Pre-commercial TV white space projects take off in SA

Indigo Broadband works with ICASA and CSIR to drive pre-commercial TV white space projects in SA.

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TV white spaces seen as answer to Africa's connectivity woes

The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance calls for increased use of TV white space technology to help bridge the digital divide.

2:20
Nov 1, 2017

MS to provide Internet access to Eastern Cape

The software giant, USAASA and BrightWave introduce a pilot project to bring broadband access to communities in the province.

1:30

Summit to shine light on TV white spaces

The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance Global Summit will discuss the use of TV white spaces in the region following the draft regulations published by ICASA.

2:40
Jul 11, 2016

CSIR's dynamic spectrum tool gets UK certification

The research institute's database can now be licensed by South African players for the commercial provision of TV white space services in the UK.

3:40
Jun 23, 2014

Cellular shake-up in the works

Mobile operators will face the challenge of inexpensive broadband when TV white space technology goes commercial.

3:10
Nov 8, 2013

TENET participates in successful TV White Spaces trial

Cape Town broadband trial demonstrates non-interference with TV users.

2:30
Nov 8, 2013

WAPA concludes successful TV White Spaces trial

The six-month trial confirmed there was no interference with television broadcasts or other telecommunications systems.

2:40

Microsoft launches TV white space pilot

Microsoft has launched a pilot programme rolling out broadband using the TV white space spectrum.

3:40
Jun 11, 2013

Africa underutilising TV white spaces

Large swathes of lower-frequency bands allocated to broadcasting in Africa are almost completely unused, says the APC.

2:40
Apr 18, 2012

WAPA sets main objectives for 2012

The organisation will promote practical regulation of TV White Spaces by speaking at various conferences during the year.

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Watch this space

Trials of new telecommunications technology that takes advantage of little-used television broadcasting frequencies are due to begin soon. If successful, they could reshape the local industry.

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