At 11:01 PM 8/7/2003 +0000, K5UJ wrote:
>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.
Ed Hare, W1RFI, has posted an "unofficial" list of comments that makes it
easier to find the ones from the major players.
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