The FCC requests comment on white space database tests recently conducted by Google, Inc. and Key Bridge Global LLC.
In separate public notices, the FCC has asked for comment on white space database tests recently conducted by Google, Inc. and Key Bridge Global LLC. (The FCC paperwork misidentifies the second company as "Keybridge Global Inc.") Their respective test reports are here and here. Mark your scorecards: once approved, these will be database managers numbers 3 and 4.
Prior CommLawBlog entries on these tests are here and here.
Comments on both tests are due on June 13, 2013 and reply comments in June 20.
For background on the databases and what they do, see this article.
[Blogmeister’s Note: In keeping with the practice we introduced with our last white space database post, we have sought to capture the essence of these recent developments poetically:
An FCC Haiku to the Public
Key Bridge and Google
filed database test reports.
Comments? We’re all ears.]