Larry Page presses the FCC to make slivers of wireless spectrum available for unlicensed public use, as opposition mountsGoogle co-founder Larry Page made a rare trip to Washington this week. No, he wasn’t lobbying for net neutrality or being grilled about Internet censorship in China. It was all about the white spaces — and Google’s growing fixation with wireless communications.With opposition mounting, Page came to bolster Google’s push to gain public access to these white spaces, slivers of wireless spectrum between the broadcast channels used by TV stations. These slivers were originally designed to prevent interference between over-the-air TV broadcasts. But with TV stations moving to new frequencies under a government-ordered switch to digital broadcasting, some see opportunity in those white spaces.To read more of this BusinessWeek story see businessweek.com/technology/content/may2008/tc20080522_623138.htm.