The FCC has taken the next step in opening more bands to Wi-Fi.
Rather than re-writing Claus's excellent article, see the original here:
If you wondered why I've split this off into another post, I'm tired of the incessant SPAM posts being added to the Forum.
Dedicated Short-Range Communications (DSRC) is a technology promoted by the Department of Transportation (DoT), but which has never been used much since its inception in 1999. It uses a 75 MHz span in that band. So far there are only a couple thousand devices that use it, compared to the millions of Wi-Fi devices out there.
Do you have any reports that show the actual numbers ? I would suspect much in the way of original marketing blurbs, and not too many from an engineering or scientific PoV.