FCC approves ‘super Wi-Fi’ plan

Sam Gustin of DailyFinance reports that the Federal Communications Commission has approved a proposal to open up vast amounts of unlicensed radio spectrum known as “white spaces” for high-speed wireless broadband networks and other unlicensed applications.

Supporters of the measure hope the airwaves will be used for stronger and faster wireless networks, known as “super Wi-Fi,” whose signal can travel farther than Wi-Fi and penetrate structures.

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