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[TowerTalk] Re: How to file comments

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Subject: [TowerTalk] Re: How to file comments
From: (Rob Atkinson, K5UJ)
Date: Thu Aug 7 19:01:49 2003
I filed a comment during the original period, and am more than willing to 
file a reply comment.  The problem for me which I brought up on the RFI 
list, is that I need pro-BPL comments to reply to.  I need for someone to 
show me how to find these on the ECFS website search page.  If someone could 
supply me and others with a list of entities who filed pro-BPL comments we 
could search the ECFS page using their names, and collect comments to reply 
to.  As of now, unless I missed something, it seems everyone has to go 
through the comments one by one to find these and there are hundreds of 
them.  That's probably what's causing the low reply rate.  That, and a lack 
of understanding of the process and exposure to the latest streaming video.  
it would be great if ARRL could get 3 or 4 of the major industry comments 
and put them up for everyone to see and reply to.  I imagine FCC is pretty 
strict on the various periods in the process.  Right now, they are accepting 
comments on previously filed comments.  If you file a general "I'm against 
this" document without saying specifically whose comment you are replying to 
it will probably get disregarded since the time for general comments to the 
NOI is past.  Please understand I'm not trying to frustrate everyone's good 
intentions--I'm just trying to get on the right page with this.   What I 
would like to do is find the industry comments which state that their field 
trials did not result in any reported RFI (which I understand is what at 
least some of them have said), and file a response refuting that and using 
the ARRL's latest video as evidence.

Rob Atkinson

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