| San Jose, CA
Adaptrum’s wireless technology platform
allows dynamic spectrum access in a pooled spectrum base
comprising “white space”, unlicensed, licensed, government,
and public safety spectrums, with an initial focus on sub-GHz
Inc. | 408-609-3888 | Sunnyvale, CA
Carlson | 800-834-2076 | Arcata, CA
ARF Product Line with its high performance and low power
consumption meet and exceed regulatory requirements while
also accessing the entire spectrum, enabling TVWS as a real,
viable WiFi band.
technology is revolutionizing rural broadband, and Carlson,
with ourRuralConnect, is the major contender in this emerging
industry. Carlson customers are using TV white-space technology
to bring broadband where it's never been before.
| 732-699-TVWS(8897) | Piscataway, NJ
We are ready to
serve as a partner for manufacturers entering the white
space database market both in the U.S. and abroad, where
similar white space spectrum initiatives are underway. Our
solution provides added value by supporting more efficient
use of available channels and can help reduce interference
between white space devices operating in a geographic area.
Key Bridge Global LLC
703-414-3500 | McLean,
Key Bridge is an FCC-designated White Space administrator,
and our White Space System enables spectrum sharing and
co-existence between licensed and unlicensed users.
Inc. | 408-242-5469 | Sunnyvale, CA
a complete range of multicast broadcast solutions for Over-The-Air
broadcast, Digital Cable and IPTV. Your content on any number
of displays made easy.
Metric Systems Corporation | 800-549-7421 |
Pioneering White Space and Wireless Networking
Innovation for Today's Needs and Tomorrow's Solutions.
Technologies | 972-804-4600 | Plano, TX
Amplifier chips for various wireless and mobile antenna
markets. HDTV, M2M, LTE, GPS, WiFi, CATV / broadband, VHF
/ UHF, digital audio broadcast (DAB), macro cell & small
cell, cognitive radio, software defined radio (SDR), &
Spectrum Bridge is leading
the industry in developing the technology needed to bring
critical mass to the white space eco-system.
Google Spectrum Database
The rapid growth
of connected devices around the world has dramatically increased
demand for wireless spectrum. Google is working with industry
and regulators to make more spectrum available by enabling
dynamic spectrum sharing through a database.