NAB is continuing its fight to protect TV White Space, with its latest comments to the FCC questioning the methodology that the commission will use for determining TV White Space channel availability.

In comments filed on March 29, NAB praised the FCC’s efforts in recent years that have allowed TV to evolve with new services like NextGen TV and distributed transmission systems (DTS), enabling broadcasters to better serve the public. At the same time, the FCC has loosened rules for TV White Space devices, including recently authorizing higher power levels, among other things.

Read more at TV Technology.

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