"Java Jive" wrote in message
"Old TV signals used to plug Monmouthshire broadband gap"
For 'signals' read 'bandwidth' ...
The broadband gap in a part of rural Monmouthshire is set to be
plugged by TV broadcast frequencies left over from the digital
A pilot scheme will see TV white space used to send a high-speed
broadband signal from a standard mast.
I wonder if this is a community broadband system (like North Yorkshire's
MoorsWeb) which uses UHF between people's houses and a base station that has
fast backhaul (by fibre, cable or microwave) to the internet.
What frequencies do these community wifi broadband systems normally use?