Poll: What Should The Radio Spectrum Be Used For?
Over 5 years ago, Wireless Waffle reported on the fact that a UK radio ham repeater was forced off air to stop interference to licence-exempt 'wireless car unlocking keys' (and no excuses are necessary for re-using the rather fetching graphic one again). In this instance, because radio am
Eurovision, but no Eurosound?
It is now only a month or so before the annual pan-European musical bun fight that is the Eurovision Song Contest (which is on the 18th of May). The 39 songs that have made it to the competition (which this year is in Malmo, Sweden) are now available to listen to online - with many having professio
Outrage as tests show up to 30% of spectrum auctioned in Europe is “not electromagnetic”
Mobile operators have been outraged by the results of tests carried out by the University of Bolondok, Hungary, which have shown that, in some cases, up to 30% of the spectrum sold at auction in Europe is not electromagnetic. One of the team behind the work done by the University, Prof. I. Laslo sa
- Poll: What Should The Radio Spectrum Be Used For?