DEFINITION: White space, in a communications context, refers to underutilized portions of the radio frequency (RF) spectrum. Large portions of the spectrum are currently unused, in particular the frequencies allocated for analog television and those used as buffers to prevent interference between channels. In the United States, frequency allocations in the RF spectrum are made by the Federal Communications Commission
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