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krisi
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re: White space radio startup raises funds
krisi   10/3/2012 2:21:46 PM
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There are many wireless technologies that cover wider frequency range, for example Ultra Wide Band (UWB) can cover 3-10 Ghz range...sure, the design is more expensive but clearly it can be done...Kris

jackOfManyTrades
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re: White space radio startup raises funds
jackOfManyTrades   10/3/2012 7:06:28 AM
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A wider range would be better, but the product would certainly be more expensive. The wider the frequency range, the more difficult the RF design. Receiver technlogy in this band is very common and hence very cheap; I can't speak for transmitter technology, of course.

krisi
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re: White space radio startup raises funds
krisi   10/1/2012 5:31:54 PM
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Why limit the white spectrum to 400-800 MHz? Would not wider range be better?



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