judgecorp writes: "Cambridge-based Neul has delivered the first transceiver chip for white space radio to meet the Weightless standard. The chip uses low power, and can be tuned to any band in the UHF TV spectrum, that is unoccupied in a given location. White space radio is intended for machine to machine (M2M) applications for smart meters and other "Internet of Things" applications. Analysts (admittedly analysts with a vested interest) have predicted billions of low cost white space chips will be used per year in a few years' time."
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