But--do you see where this is going?--this presents a problem for wireless microphone users, because white space
devices create interference when they're in close proximity.
Similarly, slipped or dropped lines break the line and "slip" the balance to the following line, also an effective use of white space
and caesura to showcase text and to achieve a larger effect that complements the main idea.
On the other hand, for more mature firms, defining white space
may be a very internal exercise, meaning that the firm may be looking to create a complementary product or service, repurpose an existing product or service, or discover a new audience for an existing product or service.
So they go searching for white space
in their positioning.
With asset and white space
management, large facilities, co-location data centers or those with complex operations and equipment will appreciate the ability to manage assets and white space
provided by the DCIM.
That approach calls for them to identify the "white space
" -- or unrealized potential -- in terms of product categories and more.
"We thought that the colleges, precisely the ones that would not qualify for Gig.U, could benefit from TV white space
because opening unlicensed access to the vacant TV channels is much more plentiful in the small towns and rural communities since there are fewer TV stations there," Calabrese explains.
TV White Space
spectrum refers to frequencies in the VHF and UHF television broadcast bands that are either unassigned or unused by existing broadcasters or other licensees.
Following the report of the FCC's Spectrum Policy Task Force, the FCC initiated a Notice of Inquiry (Federal Communications Commission, 2002) inviting comments on the use of white space
spectrum for unlicensed use.
The SU BS may divide the white spaces
and assign the access time of each white space
to each SU hosts (F2.2).
It was while consulting with the Army over the past two years that Brafman distilled his five rules of chaos: 1) of data, because numbers don't always tell the story; 2) Remember it's called organized chaos, which means its important to maintain stability around the chaos; 3) Make white space
productive by using it judiciously and reasonably; 4) Embrace unusual suspects and invite these outsiders--from within and without your company--to bring unique viewpoints to the discussion; 5) Organize serendipity by creating conditions that encourage spontaneous interactions.
The unused portions of the "IV spectrum between channels are referred to as "white space
." Historically they've been untapped, but there's a growing number of applications that have the potential to benefit from the use of these white spaces
, and momentum has been growing globally.