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?  Just a question?

---- Original message ----
>Date: Wed, 12 Oct 2005 23:29:11 -0400
>From: Bob Moldashel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>  
>Subject: 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  
>To: WISPA General List <>
>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 
>> unlicensed channels for good after the digital television  
>> is complete in 2008. This will essentially become a WISP 
>> I hope that helps,
>> Scriv
>Just my 2 cents
>Channels 2 thru 4 IMHO will be a nightmare.  We have public 
>agencies fighting "skip" (the ability of low band signals to 
>hundreds of miles using low power) just below Channel 2 
during the 
>summer months.  If we wind up with these we will surely have 
>interference issues with each other as well as other lower 
>issues that are present with this band.
>I really think we need something in the 175-600 Mhz. range.  
>that will keep most signals in the same area and 
not "bounce" them to 
>the next state certain times of the year.
>Bob Moldashel
>Lakeland Communications, Inc.
>Broadband Deployment Group
>1350 Lincoln Avenue
>Holbrook, New York 11741 USA
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