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news Trials of TV White Space Communications at 40Mbps in Central London

Using TV white spaces is being considered as one of the potential solutions to the high demands on multi-user support and high speed to broadband wireless communications systems. The Ofcom, an independent regulator and competition authority for the UK communications industries...  Full story

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Welcome to Smart Wireless Laboratory

Due to drastic increase of mobile communication devices, broadband wireless communication systems are becoming demanded. Furthermore, the scarcity of frequency spectrum results in the necessity to enhance the application of broadband communication systems.

Smart Wireless Laboratory is working on research and development on using: (1) unused frequency of Millimeter­wave and Tera­Hertz wave, (2) frequency for wide area communications such as the VHF band, which are not allocated for broadband communications purposes previously, and (3) unused frequency (white space) for particular purposes.
We are also conducting research and development on super long life devices with the latest frequency control technology, low consumption power and interference reduction techniques.

Pick Ups Alleviating Overcapacity, Specially Developed Smartphone Utilizing TV Whitespace with LTE Technology

With the ever increasing number of devices on increasingly overloaded networks, practical ways to relieve mobile communication traffic while maintaining speed and efficiency are more relevant now than ever before. In response to this, the National Institute of Information and ...  Full story

Pick Ups World’s First Breakthrough Achieved for Long-Range Broadband Communications in TV White Space

Demand for broadband communication services has been growing in a rapidly diffused information society. Unfortunately, the broadband communication services have not sufficiently provided many rural areas such asmountain areas and remote islands. To realize...  Full story

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