Shure Inc. says recent “white spaces” plans offered by major technology companies will create overwhelming havoc for users and audiences of wireless microphones, and the company urges the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) not to be “distracted” by efforts by Microsoft, Google, Motorola, and others to downplay the role of continued FCC technical testing as an important input to the Commission’s policy decisions. “If reliable interference protection cannot be demonstrated in the FCC ...
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