Yakety Yak, Yakety Yak

Krauss, Jeffrey
April 2005
CED;Apr2005, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p74
Trade Publication
Focuses on U.S. Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) proceedings that will allow airline passengers to use their cellular phones throughout the flight. Role of the Federal Air Marshal Service on the FCC move; Search of FCC at minimizing barriers for the use of three different frequency ranges for airline passenger communications; Commission's plan to eliminate its rule that prohibits airborne use of cellular phones; Commission's development of rules for additional Aeronautical Mobile Satellite communications service.


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