[WISPA] We got the FCC's attention...Now it is time to tell Congress what you think...RIGHT NOW !!!!!!!! Instructions included in every detail]

2005-10-17 Thread John Scrivner
If you have not responded to this yet then please read below and help us help you. I recently sent you an e-mail asking you to submit comments to the FCC on the 04-186 - Unlicensed Operation in the TV Broadcast Bands. Over one hundred of you responded! That was step one. Now we NEED to tell

[WISPA] We got the FCC's attention...Now it is time to tell Congress what you think...RIGHT NOW !!!!!!!! Instructions included in every detail

2005-10-13 Thread John Scrivner
This is a new request! This is not the same one as last time! PLEASE READ THIS RIGHT NOW **If you are on other lists regarding unlicensed broadband then please forward this message to every list you know of so we get 100% of this industry to do this PLEASE!** I recently sent you an e-mail

Re: [WISPA] We got the FCC's attention...Now it is time to tell Congress what you think...RIGHT NOW !!!!!!!! Instructions included in every detail

2005-10-12 Thread John Scrivner
I am copying Frannie so she can send this to us. I have heard people ask if they should contact multiple Senators. I will let Frannie answer this as she has more experience on the Hill than any of us. Frannie do you think you could go ahead and just send out the names and phone numbers of the

Re: [WISPA] We got the FCC's attention...Now it is time to tell Congress what you think...RIGHT NOW !!!!!!!! Instructions included in every detail

2005-10-12 Thread Bob Moldashel
John Scrivner wrote: We are asking for use of any unused channels now. That is what 04-186 is all about. In my local area this accounts for about 300 Mhz of available spectrum! We are also asking for a block of channels (some are saying channels 2 through 4) which will become broadband

Re: [WISPA] We got the FCC's attention...Now it is time to tell Congress what you think...RIGHT NOW !!!!!!!! Instructions included in every detail

2005-10-12 Thread Ron Wallace
Bob makes an excellent point, these channels may not provide us with reliable media. How do we address these issues? Or do we hope that the FCC will give us some spectrum in the 175- 600 Mhz region of the spectrum. Does this mean the real frequencies we need are still 2-4 years or more away?