Carriers' E911 Comments Point Fingers

Vaughan, Allyson
January 2002
Wireless Week;1/14/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p13
Trade Publication
Focuses on compliance issues about the enhanced 911 emergency reporting system service. Claims of the wireless communication carriers involved in the project; Background on the rules of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission on noncompliance; Details of the delay in the implementation.


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