The Google Spectrum Database API allows developers to query the database to find available TV-band spectrum for a given location. The API's methods are given in PAWS-compatible JSON-RPC. Currently, the API only covers locations in the United States. The Google Spectrum Database was created to enable the same bands of spectrum to be shared without interference between multiple users at different locations.
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The Google Spectrum Database Java Library allows developers to integrate the Google Spectrum Database API's spectrum-management functions into their Java applications. Developers can add the library to their Maven or Gradle projects using the code provided, or they can download the necessary jars as a zip file.