Broadcasters Wary Of Wireless Broadband Rules

Rockwell, Mark
June 2004
Wireless Week;6/1/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 12, p12
Trade Publication
Reports on the proposed rules of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that will allow a class of unlicensed devices to transmit in unoccupied and unused television spectrum. Expectations of FCC on the wireless broadband rules; Problems with the proposed FCC rules; Statement issued by president David Donovan of Maximum Service Television, on the proposed FCC rules.


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