sure.

On Tue, 23 May 2006 12:58:34 -0700, "George Rogato"
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said:
> I understood that the 3650 was not to be used in commercial links. I'm 
> assuming money makes it commercial.
> I would like to deploy a couple links for non paying situations, cameras 
> for a city park. I'd also like to have the license....and not be wasting 
> my limited unlicensed spectrum.
> 
> Do you think this is a legit use for 3650?
> 
> George
> 
> 
> Patrick Leary wrote:
> > Exactly, it clearly shows that an operator today CANNOT launch any
> > commercial services using 3650MHz.
> > 
> > - Patrick
> > 
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Charles Wu [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
> > Sent: Tuesday, May 23, 2006 8:40 AM
> > To: 'WISPA General List'
> > Subject: RE: [WISPA] 3650 equipment
> > 
> > Read below and you can decide on whether or not you will be "breaking the
> > law" w/ a 3650 deployment
> > 
> > 
> > ---------------------------
> > To: "'WISPA General List'" <wireless@wispa.org>
> > Cc: <isp-wireless@isp-wireless.com>; <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > Sent: Wednesday, February 08, 2006 6:32 AM
> > Subject: [equipment-l] Experimental Licensing in the 3650 MHz Band - 
> > Clarifications
> > 
> > 
> > Recently, there have been some misleading advertisements promising turn-key
> > 3.65 GHz licensing services as a means of avoiding interference in congested
> > license-exempt ISM/UNII bands.  Although the FCC issued adopted rules back
> > in March 2005 to open access to new spectrum for wireless broadband in the
> > 3.65 GHz band, a "minor" contention-based requirement has delayed the
> > deployment of wireless broadband services in this band as equipment
> > manufacturers currently work behind the scenes to iron out the details.  As
> > things currently stand, deploying a 3.65 GHz system today falls under
> > Subpart 5: Experimental Radio Service of the FCC Rules.
> > 
> > Infrastructure Investment & Experimentation under Part 5 needs to be done
> > strictly from a "curiosity" perspective rather than one of "commercial
> > network expansion."  Part 5 permits experimentation in scientific or
> > technical operations directly related to the use of radio waves. The rules
> > provide the opportunity to experiment with new techniques or new services
> > prior to submitting proposals to the FCC to change its rules.
> > 
> > Some useful excerpts regarding Experimental Licensing
> > 
> > 47CFR5.3: Scope of Service
> > 
> > Stations operating in the Experimental Radio Service will be permitted to
> > conduct the following type of operations:
> > (a)    Experimentations in scientific or technical radio research
> > (b)   Experimentations under contractual agreement with the United States
> > Government, or for export purposes.
> > (c)    Communications essential to a research project.
> > (d)   Technical demonstrations of equipment or techniques.
> > (e)    Field strength surveys by persons not eligible for authorization in
> > any other service.
> > (f)     Demonstration of equipment to prospective purchasers by persons
> > engaged in the business of selling radio equipment.
> > (g)    Testing of equipment in connection with production or regulatory
> > approval of such equipment.
> > (h)    Development of radio technique, equipment or engineering data not
> > related to an existing or proposed service, including field or factory
> > testing or calibration of equipment.
> > (i)      Development of radio technique, equipment, operational data or
> > engineering data related to an existing or proposed radio service.
> > (j)     Limited market studies.
> > (k)   Types of experiments that are not specifically covered under
> > paragraphs (a) through (j) of this section will be considered upon
> > demonstration of need
> > 
> > 47CFR5.51: Eligibility of License
> > 
> > (a)    Authorizations for stations in the Experimental Radio Service will be
> > issued only to persons qualified to conduct experimentation utilizing radio
> > waves for scientific or technical operation data directly related to a use
> > of radio not provided by existing rules; or for communications in connection
> > with research projects when existing communications facilities are
> > inadequate.
> > 
> > 47CFR5.63: Supplementary Statements
> > 
> > (a)    Each applicant for an authorization in the Experimental Radio Service
> > must enclose with the application a narrative statement describing in detail
> > the program of research and experimentation proposed, the specific
> > objectives sought to be accomplished; and how the program of experimentation
> > has a reasonable promise of contribution to the development, extension, or
> > expansion, or utilization of the radio art, or is along lines not already
> > investigated.
> > 
> > For further information regarding experimental licensing, the FCC has a nice
> > online FAQ that gives a step-by-step how-to on experimental licensing:
> > http://www.fcc.gov/oet/faqs/elbfaqs.html
> > 
> > 
> > -------------------------------------------
> > CWLab
> > Technology Architects
> > http://www.cwlab.com 
> > 
> > 
> 
> 
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