FCC Should Be Fair To WCS

Schwartz, Randall
April 2002
Wireless Week;4/1/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 13, p3
Trade Publication
Suggests that the rights of wireless communication service (WCS) license holders should not infringe in favor of satellite digital audio radio (SDARS) licensees' demands. SDARS demands by SDARS operators XM Satellite Radio Inc. and Sirius Satellite Radio Inc.; Proposals that would promote the coexistence of SDARS and WCS services; Concern on allowing SDARS operators to broadcast brute-force interference into the band.


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