Finally: An E911 Decision

Vaughan, Allyson
October 2001
Wireless Week;10/8/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 41, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the approval of the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on the adoption of enhanced 911 (E911) in wireless communication. Wireless carriers which pushed E911 for approval; Time coverage of E911 implementation; Challenges of the FCC in the provision of public safety upon the approval of E911.


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