Spare wireless spectrum leftover from the digital TV switchover will be used to improve broadband access on the Scottish island of Arran. The rollout, the first of its kind in Europe, will be used to improve broadband speeds for the island’s 5,000 residents. It’s hoped
Part of the wireless spectrum freed up after the digital TV switchover is being used to provide broadband services in rural Scotland. The first to benefit from “white space” internet will be residents on the Isle of Arran, who have struggled with poor broadband speeds.
Nominet and Broadway Partners have today announced that they will be working together to use TV white space (TVWS) to power better broadband coverage for remote parts of Scotland and Wales. The commercial broadband rollout will be the first of its kind in Europe. The