TV White Spaces broadband trial in Cape Town

holler

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interesting tech

Been keeping my on this for a while. It will be a viable alternative to 3G once it matures.
 

ginggs

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What sort of receiver do you need?
I think the idea is to use your existing UHF or VHF TV aerial for transmitting and receiving, so you'd need something like a 3G modem or router.
Alternatively, some kind of set-top-box that would integrate the modem and turn your TV into a web browser.
 
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