Bunch of Commie bums, What happened to the great capitalist dream?????? :-P

John as a Rotarian you know, If you help them with the right tools and no handouts the community will succeed. And that is what the FCC must be doing. Competition is good, keep the playing field level and may the best man win.

Here's a question, All the incumbents bought alot of spectrum now the other day, they are all now buying more spectrum. Where does the money come from, whose money are they spending???? And then they squat on the spectrum.

You have a Good Day now,


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John Scrivner wrote:
The answer is base station licenses for those who need / want spectrum with interference protection and higher power. With this model you could apply for a base station license (in other words 1 tower location worth of spectrum in one geographic area), pay an annual fee and have exclusive use of a small bit of spectrum to allow you to offer services without fear of interference and with higher power which would give you enough coverage area to serve 100% of the potential customers around your base station. This is the answer.
Scriv


Rich Comroe wrote:

Amen. Designing government policy for the purpose of generating the highest income from spectrum licensing is completely contrary to policy designed to serve the public. This had a major role in the US cellular industry losing the worldwide lead (which didn't do any American any good). Why can't our government understand this? European 3G spectrum auctions nearly broke the back of BT (forced it into bankruptcy and spliting the company such that the telecom half didn't sink with the cellular half ... or at least that's how I understood it). The FCC should be managing spectrum for the benefit of the American people, not managing spectrum to maximize government revenue. But that's just me.

Rich

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Finally, a big company that's got the brains to tell the government to stick their high price spectrum tax where the sun don't shine!

marlon

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DirecTV, EchoStar reduce bidding in wireless sale
http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060816/tc_nm/telecoms_wireless_satellite_dc_3

Thank you.

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