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2011 IEEE International Symposium on Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks (DySPAN)
Wide-spread provisioning of TV services has strongly shaped the cultural development since the last century; terrestrial radio broadcast transmission has been the original form of TV distribution. Although the majority of TV reception is today based on alternative distribution means, like cable or satellite, TV broadcast enjoys still a significant amount of allocated terrestrial spectrum (~300 MHz). However, it has been identified that TV broadcast does not efficiently use its allocateddoi:10.1109/dyspan.2011.5936211 fatcat:3lz6i65g3jep7gr5dyfastgkja