white spot

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white spot (plural white spots)

  1. originally a white spot on 19th century geographical maps, indicating lack of knowledge, from the German expression "weißer Fleck auf der Landkarte", also known as "blank spot"
  2. (telecoms) a place without coverage
    TMC coverage is smaller than that of the radio programme carrying the TMC service, therefore white spots do exist.

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