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+ - 'Weightless' Spec Proposed For White Space Radio Standard->

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judgecorp writes "The Weightless Special Interest Group has launched, proposing a technology as the standard for White Space radio. Version 0.9 of the spec will be on the Weightless site later today, and the group promises to offer it royalty-free, as a basis for machine-to-machine communications over the licence-exempt white space spectrum not used by radio and TV broadcast services. Backers include Cambrdige UK technology companies ARM and CSR, as well as Neul, the creator of the Whitespace technology."
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'Weightless' Spec Proposed For White Space Radio Standard

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