White space data network trial in Wilmington
There's a ton of white space in Wilmington"
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The second license is for Spectrum Bridge itself (also interested in becoming a white spaces database provider) and covers the same frequency range in the area of Lake Mary (Seminole), FL.
A third experimental license somehow related to cognitive radio was granted to Matthew T. Kaufman, to use part of the 700 MHz band to "perform a non-line-of-sight digital network experimentation" with fixed and mobile devices in Los Gatos and Bonny Doon, CA. Kaufman stated that the main purpose of his experiment is to determine the real-world performance of the 700 MHz band in non-line-of-sight conditions. The results obtained will help the future development of "rapidly-deployable public safety networks for disaster situations".