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Dear Friends and Industry Colleagues,

This is my weekly newsletter about Wireless Data and Radio Paging. You are receiving this message because you have either communicated with me in the past about a wireless topic, or your address was included in another e-mail that I received on the same subject. This is not a SPAM. If you have received this message in error, or you are not interested in these topics, please click here, then click on “send” and you will be promptly removed from the mailing list.


There was a vote to place TAP, TNPP and TDP into the IEEE system so they could achieve “IEEE Standard status.” This effort is being led by Ted Sumner of Arch Wireless. It will be necessary to do some editing on the original specs to get them into the proper format for submission to the IEEE Working Group. In the meantime, we will post and maintain the original versions of these specs on the AAPC website. The activities related to CALEA compliance by the 5 two-way carriers are essentially complete and the only remaining activity in this area is to work with the FBI (CIS) on the issue of capacity. This is being led by Joe Mullin of Arch Wireless. I will be developing a simple piece for the paging carriers to give to Law Enforcement Agencies describing what is available to them when they present a CALEA court order. The next meeting is tentatively scheduled for January 21, 2003 in a place to be determined. Watch the AAPC website for details.

LocatioNet Releases MMS Friend-Finder Application
LocatioNet announced it has teamed with Ericsson to complete the development of "Where Are They Now"; a mobile MMS application utilizing both WAP 2.0 and SMS to enable mobile users to know the whereabouts of their friends and family at anytime. User's increased concern for a safety and security LBS application led LocatioNet to develop the "Where Are They Now" application.

From: Wireless 3.0

Cisco unveils wireless gear for air, sea, land
SAN JOSE, Calif.—Describing the product introduction as networks in motion, Cisco Systems Inc. has rolled out a new mobile access router that will work in airplanes, ships, tanks and trains, raising the stakes for ubiquitous data coverage in the wireless world.

From: RCR Wireless News

  Daviscomms TMR (Telemetry Messaging Receiver). This is a one-way FLEX telemetry device which is available in the following frequency ranges:
  • 135 to 174 MHz
  • 278 to 286 MHz
  • 929 to 932 MHz

I have prepared an information package and ordering guide. If you would like to have a copy, please click here.

If you have any wireless equipment that you would like to buy or sell, please let me know. Everything that is offered for sale in this newsletter is on the honor system. There is no charge for the listing, but if a sale is made, I ask the seller to send me a 10% commission, much the same as the voluntary payments that are requested on the Internet for shareware.

This is information that we would all probably like to read. Several people have expressed interest to me in writing an article, but as far as I know, it hasn't happened yet. It is hard to remember which company sold out and which company bought them. Do the names Edwards, Rodgers, and Harris ring a bell? Maybe you would like to contribute some information to a joint effort in documenting the history of our industry? If you would like to put some thoughts together and send to me, I know someone who is actively working on this project, and I would be happy to send on any comments or unfinished papers to them.


I am available as a consultant for wireless projects. If you have a requirement for my services, related to paging technology, telemetry, or wireless messaging, please send me an e-mail with a description of your needs.



Best regards,

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Brad Dye
Wireless Data Consultant
3523 McKinney Ave. # 536
Dallas, TX 75204-1474 USA
Telephone: 972-523-8258
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