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Microsoft Disputes FCC's Rejection of Web Devices That Use TV Airwaves

     
2:34 pm on Aug 13, 2007 (gmt 0)

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Today Microsoft plans to try to convince regulators that it can connect consumers to high-speed Internet over unused television airwaves without interfering with existing broadcasts.

In a document that it plans to file today with the Federal Communications Commission, Microsoft disputes the agency's recent findings that prototype devices either interfered with TV signals or could not detect them to avoid interference. Microsoft's first prototype was defective, but the firm said another model worked successfully in a demonstration it gave to the FCC last week.

Microsoft Disputes FCC's Rejection of Web Devices That Use TV Airwaves [washingtonpost.com]

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