"The company also wanted a complete set of data with the names of the
manufacturers of each receiver — a change in the confidentiality arrangements
that governed tests done several years ago when the LightSquared proposal first
was being considered. Furthermore, the test results should indicate receiver
resiliency and that should be made public."
"“Is reduced accuracy an ‘actual harm’ in your mind?” asked another attendee."
I bet they have a roomful of lawyers on the payroll.
On 04, Aug 2015, at 21:04, email@example.com wrote:
I respectfully request that you follow the money to
understand why this group has access to the FCC.
It's mostly partisan but not entirely.
Contact your Congressmen - House & Senate, and let them
know that you'll take a dim view at election time if they allow
Also, contact your favorite 2016 candidate(s) and give
them the same message.
Also, contact your local EOC, public service, airport
& private pilot groups, SAR, etc. and give them a heads-up.
We live in a participatory-Republic & if we don't
participate effectively then the crony corporations will
eat our lunch.
BTW: Also let those concerned about health harm from
RF know that 40KW transmitters at those frequencies could
cause all manner of unknown harm to man & beast.
Make a Donald Trump/Al Sharpton big noise out there!
IMHO, YMMV ... David KD4E
> Your prediction is quite timely and accurate: They are back.
> Like a virus or some relatives, they never seem to be gone for long.
> Their return does not bode well for ham RFI problems when a high profile
> company whose product has been shown to cause dangerous interference,
> returns from bankruptcy to do it again because Billions of dollars are
> at stake.. If they can fight GPS and flight safety, how does our fate
> fighting RFI look? They are not addressing solving the problem it
> appears they are proactively fighting for the potential Billions of
> dollars they would gain from the unfair advantage the inexpensive
> spectrum would give them over existing companies that are playing by the
> As before, LightSquared blames others for their problems. They trying to
> require those being interfered fix the problem rather than the one doing
> the interfering. Depending on how this is settled could spell trouble
> for the ham community. As this has some very powerful people behind
> it, People who are well connected. I find it worrisome that we appear
> to almost be back to square one with the GPS interference issue.
> Remember, the FCC was originally behind the LightSquared proposal. This
> spectrum was created specifically to work with very weak signals as are
> the aircraft receivers where weight, physical size, and cost are
> paramount.. It also has the appearance that the implementation of high
> speed broadband is being sought at the expense of safety with the
> entire, established system, including users of that system, being
> expected to bear the costs rather than the interloper.
> It's basically the same as telling us, that if someone interferes with
> us, we have to pay for the fix and that no spectrum is safe if there's a
> buck to be made so it will remain a fight to keep what we have and be
> glad the ARRL has had enough clout and connections to preserve and at
> times, even expand the spectrum to which we have access. Let's hope it
> remains that way.
> Roger (K8RI)
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