Yes. You should be concerned about landlords cutting exclusive deals
with telcos and cable cos to prohibit competing wireless
networks. I'm not talking about roof top access; I'm talking about
asserting control over internal networks so that you can't reach
business customers. The OTARD rules started because cable companies
cut exclusive deals with landlords to keep out DBS receivers.
At 06:41 PM 8/2/2005, Marlon K. Schafer \(509\) 982-2181 wrote:
Guys, it seems to me that we should jump in bed with Continental on
this issue. This same rule would certainly apply to mesh type
systems or aps which have, thus far, not been covered under OTARD.
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----- Original Message ----- From: "Harold Feld" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Open Spectrum" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>; "Unlicensed
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Sent: Tuesday, August 02, 2005 12:42 PM
Subject: [Unlicensed_advocates] Of Potential interest
Released: 07/29/2005. OET SEEKS COMMENT ON PETITION FROM CONTINENTAL
AIRLINES FOR DECLARATORY RULING REGARDING WHETHER CERTAIN RESTRICTIONS
ON ANTENNA INSTALLATION ARE PERMISSIBLE UNDER THE COMMISSION'S
OVER-THE-AIR RECEPTION DEVICES (OTARD) RULES. (DA No. 05-2213). (Dkt No
05-247). Comments Due: 08/29/2005. Reply Comments Due: 09/13/2005.
OET. Contact: Gary Thayer at (202) 418-2290
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