|FRIDAY - OCTOBER 6, 2006 - ISSUE NO. 231|
Dear friends of Wireless Messaging,
Well I have returned from the Enterprise Wireless 2006 show in Orlando, Florida that I attended last week. I have several photos from the show, following in the AAPC Newsletter section.
As promised, I have produced three Podcasts from the Orlando show. At least they are similar to Podcasts, since I am still learning how to do them. The first thing you need to do, is install QuickTime and iTunes on your computer. These are two terrific pieces of software, and fortunately they are both free. You can download them with the following link.
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If you can't get iTunes installed, you can listen to the "mp3" version on practically any computer, but you will miss out on the graphics, photographs, chapter stops, and other advanced features. Please note: the "m4a" Podcast files that follow must be viewed and listened to on iTunes and the "mp3" (audio-only) files should download and play on anyone's computer.
This has taken a lot of work and expense to get this far with the Podcasting project so I hope you enjoy the Podcasts. I really believe this is the "next big thing" on the Internet. Millions of people are already making use of Podcasts. These Podcast are not "fluff" — they contain very worthwhile information. The presentation that James Dabbs gave to the Paging Technical Committee, has the potential to completely re-invigorate the US Paging Industry — that is if anyone will listen and do what he suggests. The talk given by Bruce Deer at the opening session of the conference is one that everyone interested in wireless messaging should listen to.
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Martin FCC Nomination Vote On Hold
Although the Senate Commerce Committee recently voted 21-0 to reconfirm FCC Chairman Kevin Martin, his nomination for a second term on the Commission is reportedly on hold.
According to press reports, U.S. Senator John Sununu (R-N.H.) has placed the hold, even though he was one of the Commerce Committee members who voted to unanimously reconfirm Martin. Apparently, the hold is linked to the FCC’s requirement that voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) providers deliver E911 calls to a local emergency operator as a standard feature rather than an option. Broadcasting & Cable Magazine reports that Sununu’s office has neither confirmed nor denied the hold.
Any Senator can place a hold on a nomination, and a hold can be lifted at any time. Martin’s first term expired June 30; he was re-nominated for a second five-year term by President Bush. Even if he were not reconfirmed (which is highly unlikely), he could serve until the close of the next session of Congress—that is, until the fall of 2007.
BloostonLaw contacts: Hal Mordkofsky, Ben Dickens, Gerry Duffy, and John Prendergast.
VOIP-E911 Provisions Stripped From Port Security Legislation: Provisions to ease the way for voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) enhanced 911 (E911) service were taken out of the conference version of Port Security Improvement Act (HR 4954) passed by the House and Senate before Congress recessed last weekend. According to press reports, Congressional sources have indicated that objections to the widely supported VoIP E911 provision were more political than substantive, with its inclusion in the port security bill viewed as weakening the chances for passing the major telecom legislation (HR 5252) still pending in the Senate. BloostonLaw contacts: Ben Dickens and Gerry Duffy.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) today formally designated CTIA -The Wireless Association® as a cost-sharing clearinghouse for relocating wireless licensees as a result of the 2006 Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) auction. The clearinghouse will administer fair and equitable cost-sharing functions for the relocation of Broadband Radio Service, Fixed Microwave Service, and Mobile Satellite Service incumbent licensees from the 2.1 GHz band.
"We appreciate the FCC for recognizing the important role CTIA can play to ensure that all parties involved in the post-auction spectrum distribution process are treated justly," said CTIA-The Wireless Association® President and CEO, Steve Largent. "By registering with the CTIA Spectrum Clearinghouse, licensees can comply with FCC rules and ensure reimbursement for their relocation investments by new entrants for years to come," continued Largent.
In making spectrum available for AWS, the FCC requires that new licensees pay to relocate existing systems operating in the 2.1 GHz band. New entrants subsequently entering the market must share relocation costs by reimbursing a proportion of those costs that have already been paid by others. The purpose of a cost-sharing clearinghouse is to distribute the burden of relocation equitably and promote the rapid build out of new networks. The Clearinghouse encourages companies to register relocation costs to ensure notification of all cost sharing opportunities.
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Oct 4, 2006
WASHINGTON—Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) vetoed legislation to allow California wireless and wireline telecom subscribers to contest unauthorized billing charges, including those arising from the theft or loss of mobile phones.
Schwarzenegger’s veto is a big victory for the mobile phone industry, which opposed the bill and has spent considerable resources in recent years fighting state efforts to impose new state regulations on wireless carriers.
Schwarzenegger said that while he supports protecting consumers, Sen. Jackie Speier's (D) cramming bill is unnecessary.
“The provisions this bill seeks to accomplish have either been resolved through existing statutory or regulatory provisions,” said Schwarzenegger in a veto statement. “In fact, earlier this year, the California Public Utilities Commission launched a consumer education effort in multiple languages focusing on a wide range of telecommunications consumer protections, including the very information required by SB 440. By requiring California-only billing practices, SB 440 actually has the potential to hurt consumers by raising costs for consumers by establishing a different billing practice for California residents. Consumers are better served by actual protections not simply words printed on their bills.”Source: RCR Wireless News
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“It Seems to Us . . .” Pretending to Sleep
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That sums up our dealings with the FCC on interference from Broadband over Power Line (BPL) systems. If the Commission were asleep — that is, if they were simply unaware of the intractable radio interference caused by some BPL technologies — the facts would wake them up. But they are only pretending to sleep. Factual arguments, no matter what the volume, will not arouse the FCC from its feigned slumber.
The most recent evidence is the FCC's Memorandum Opinion & Order (MO&O) adopted August 3. The MO&O disposes of the 15 petitions for reconsideration (one from the ARRL) that were filed after the FCC adopted new rules for Access BPL systems in October 2004. Most — including ours — argued that the new rules did not go far enough to protect radio communication systems from interference caused by the inevitable radiation of RF energy from unshielded, BPL-bearing power lines. We were not alone in our concerns; Aeronautical Radio, Inc (ARINC), the American Petroleum Institute, the Association for Maximum Services Television, Inc, and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), among others, sought additional protection.
The question that comes to mind after reading the MO&O is, "What has the FCC been doing for all this time?" The MO&O contains scant evidence that the FCC is any more knowledgeable about BPL interference now than it was when it adopted the Report & Order (R&O) in October 2004.
A good example is its treatment of the extrapolation factor for measurements performed at other than the distance from the power lines that is specified in the rules. This is important because the radiated emission limit for frequencies below 30 MHz is specified at 30 meters from the source, while the actual measurements are to be made closer to the source.
In 2004 the FCC chose to apply to BPL systems a 40 dB per decade extrapolation factor. While that factor has existed in Part 15 for some time and may be appropriate within the near-field region of a point source, it does not apply, theoretically or practically, to radiation from a line. In the R&O the FCC offered a ray of hope by saying that it would revisit the issue if new information became available. Unfortunately, in the MO&O it dismissed whatever new information did not support its original, flawed conclusion.
In its petition for reconsideration, ARINC demonstrated beyond any doubt that the Commission's rationale for 40 dB per decade was based on a misinterpretation of an NTIA report. ARINC pointed out specific examples of NTIA measurements that showed decay values much less than 40 dB/decade and more like 15 to 20 dB/decade. In fact, NTIA's measurements bear a striking resemblance to measurements performed a year later by the United Kingdom's Office of Communications (Ofcom). Ofcom's report of its measurements at a BPL (called PLT in the UK) installation in Crieff, Scotland noted, "Below 30 MHz...the electric field regression ...varied between approximately 16 and 21 dB/decade."
The ARRL's petition for reconsideration used proven software analysis tools to analyze a number of power line configurations that had been provided to the FCC by various parties to the rulemaking proceeding and showed that "The 40 dB/decade extrapolation consistently underestimated the actual field strength in any models that represented real-world BPL installations."
The FCC's conclusion after (presumably) reviewing all of this? "No new information has been submitted that would provide a convincing argument for modifying this requirement at this time." In other words, the FCC continues to believe that a point is the same thing as a line. One can only hope that the Commissioners don't help their children with their geometry homework.
Even more egregious than the FCC's failure to correct this obvious error is its introduction of a new rule aimed directly against mobile stations. The new rule, §15.611(c)(1)(iii), absolves BPL operators of responsibility for taking any action to correct interference to mobile operations other than to reduce emissions to 20 dB below the Part 15 limit below 30 MHz, or to 10 dB below the limit above 30 MHz. Coupled with the inappropriate extrapolation factor, this is far short of what is actually required to eliminate harmful interference.
Simply stated, this new rule is intolerable and we do not accept it. It is contrary to the FCC's obligations, under the international Radio Regulations as well as the Communications Act, to protect radio communication services from harmful interference. This was discussed in some detail on this page in August 2004; there is neither space nor necessity to repeat it. Apparently, however, it is necessary to state what should be obvious: The Commission has no authority to define away these obligations. Harmful interference is harmful interference. The operation of an unintentional radiator is conditioned on not causing harmful interference to a licensed radio communication service — fixed or mobile, amateur or otherwise.
BPL system operators who cause harmful interference in the amateur HF bands have demonstrated little ability either to measure the emissions from their systems or to adjust them to stay within the Part 15 limit, let alone 20 dB below the limit. Some of them can't tell the difference between the system noise floor of their insensitive test equipment and the ambient noise in the external environment.
Unlike the FCC, we have learned a lot about BPL interference since October 2004. Among other things, we have learned that some BPL systems can be operated without causing harmful interference to amateurs — and we have acknowledged that fact. The FCC had the opportunity to do the same, and to revise its rules so as to encourage radio-friendly BPL systems while discouraging those that pollute the radio spectrum unnecessarily. Doing so would have steered the BPL industry away from spectrum-polluting technologies that will cost those who choose to deploy them a lot of money to solve interference problems that could have been avoided altogether.
We had reason to hope that recent personnel changes at the Commission would lead to a more enlightened result on reconsideration. Therefore, the Commission's failure to take new information into account in the MO&O is a disappointment. But this is not the end of the battle — as anyone who chooses to deploy a BPL system that causes harmful interference to amateurs will quickly discover.
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Subject: Comverse and Issue #224
Date: October 4, 2006 10:48:25 AM CDT
Dear Mr. Dye,
Regarding your piece on "Kobi" Alexander in Issue #224:
From today's FT:
I'd call for more than a financial investigation and possible punishment. I'd call for interviews with the CIA and FBI as well: Comverse was the company that bought Odigo just after the 9/11 attacks. Odigo, you may recall, was the company that is strongly indicated to have sent warning instant messages to employees just before the attack. One can only hope that our security agencies are on top of this, and haven't simply let it drop.
Date: October 1, 2006 7:40:40 PM CDT
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Date: September 23, 2006 8:20:18 AM CDT
I thought it was good that you stayed away from the political stuff, but since you brought it up, you might have also said that Hugo Chavez's government is doubling the heating oil to 100 million gallons, at a 40% discount for the poor in this country. With the price of oil these days, that probably means that some people will actually have heat this winter. It is certainly more than you can say for the likes of ExxonMobil and the other big oil companies that recently made record profits. And remember the president is an oil main himself.
Here is a little news blurb I found on the announcement. If you are going to comment on it, you should at least tell the whole story.
Venezuela Doubles Discount Heating Oil Shipments to US
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez announced Thursday his government is doubling the amount of discounted heating oil it provides to poor Americans. The state-owned company, Citgo, will provide up to one hundred million gallons to low-income communities in eighteen states this winter. Chavez made the announcement at a Church ceremony in Harlem. He was introduced by actor and activist Danny Glover." During his remarks, Chavez also called President Bush an “alcoholic” and a “sick man.” His comments come one day after he referred to President Bush as “the devil” while addressing the UN General Assembly.
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