The Network World article, Better than TV! White spaces bring wireless bonanza to West Virginia written by John Cox, begins by describing a scene of a student at the PRT station. She is able to easily and quickly connect to the Wi-Fi connection with her Dell tablet. The article describes how the access point is unique since it is connected to a “white spaces” radio:
But it’s what the access point is attached to that makes this scene uncommon: a “white spaces” radio that is part of a campus pilot network turning unused TV frequencies into a broadband cornucopia of new spectrum for fixed and mobile users. Like the efficient 30-year-old PRT system, WVU’s 7-month-old white spaces network links three main campus locations, ranging from a mile to a mile and a half from each other over the hills and dales of Morgantown.