A number of leading Nashville-based music interests told the Federal Communications Commission today that allowing millions of wireless devices to operate in the same spectrum as wireless microphones without failsafe protections would be a “catastrophe.” United in one voice, the music interests said they are “disturbed” by manufacturers who are anxious to produce new television white space devices and, in the process, are pushing the FCC to “discount—even overlook” the poor performance ...
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