A new wireless spectrum band has been discovered that could be used to deliver broadband to homes across Britain, according to the BBC.
The new band was discovered by UK researcher Andy McKeown in a paper published in the journal Nature Communications.
The band, which was named “Spectrum 1,” is the first time that a mobile spectrum band is being used for such an application.
It was previously thought to be limited to 4.5GHz and 3.6GHz, but that was because the band has only one frequency.
Spectrum bands can be used in a wide variety of applications, including wireless broadband and voice over IP (VoIP).
The new spectrum will be used by the Government’s £15bn “Broadband for All” programme, which aims to provide broadband to everyone by 2025.