White Space TV
Faster, less expensive and more widely available broadband, especially in rural areas
Wisconsin, like any other state in the U.S. relies heavily on WiFi to live, work and play. WiFi supports the areas of education, business, healthcare, government, and recreation. If Wisconsin wants to continue to be great and strong, WiFi needs to be one of the big contributors to sustaining growth in the above arenas.
And while WiFi is present in much of Wisconsin — especially in the cities, towns, and villages — it does not blanket every square mile or home. White Space TV can help bridge the gap in Internet provisioning to the under served and unserved. Teleco can help bring White Space WiFi to those in the internet gap.
Whitespaces are vacant frequencies located between broadcast TV channels in the VHF/UHF range, located between 54 MHz and 806 MHz. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), has agreed to allow the use these white spaces to provide broadband connectivity.
This means faster, less expensive and more widely available broadband, especially in rural areas, where White Space TV is more abundant. The Whitespace signal is robust, is unaffected by weather, works well in rugged terrain and requires little infrastructure to deploy. We can cover very large areas quickly and at a significantly lower cost.
|Long Range Reach||Burns Through Trees||Blanket Coverage|
|Non Line-of-Sight||Low Wattage|
|Cheaper than Fiber||Point to Multipoint in Rural Areas||Strong Rural Reach|
Teleco can help bring White Space TV broadband to you. We can:
- help engineer the link between technologies
- recommend the equipment, radios, antennas, cable, and connectivity aids
- aid in alignment
- provide erate support & costing
- engineer the backhaul
- provide P2MP or P2P
- set up remote Auto Reboot
Contact Teleco to learn more about bringing WiFi over the White Space TV spectrum to your business.
Contact us with questions or for a quote on your next project
7777 W. Bonniwell Road
Mequon, Wisconsin 53097
Sales & Support: 414-350-8218