|FRIDAY - JANUARY 26, 2007 - ISSUE NO. 246|
Dear friends of Wireless Messaging,
There has been a resurgence of interest in telemetry over paging channels lately — using both one-way and two-way paging. I have had several interesting discussions with clients and potential clients who are making plans to use paging channels with products and services they want to develop. I have long been a proponent of what I call “alternate uses of paging systems.”
For a long time, I was the guy that Motorola sent around the world promoting the idea that paging infrastructure could be used for a lot more than personal messaging. My presentation was called, The Wheel of Fortune. In fact, people who couldn't remember my name would frequently call me “the Wheel of Fortune guy.”
Our paging colleague, Rob Lockhart, takes credit for coining the following phrases:
These later became:
(Sorry ladies, I know the above is not politically correct.)
I created the Wheel presentation while training the new manager of paging infrastructure at Motorola about all the different things you can do with a paging system to generate revenue (circa 1991). The concepts are mine; he thought of the title. It later became very popular, and many paging operators around the world continue to use these ideas in their businesses today.
The hub of the wheel represents the paging system infrastructure, and the spokes radiating out from the hub each represent separate revenue-producing business opportunities, such as:
The idea of using paging channels for things other than paging is not new. The first project that I worked on, after going to work for Motorola in 1974, was a Load Shedding System using Motorola's 800W Switch. It was essentially an analog-two-tone pager hooked up to a large relay and mounted in a plastic enclosure that resembled an AC-power meter — just like the one we all have on the side of our homes. It was used to turn off hot water heaters during times when the demand for electric power was greater that the electric company's ability to deliver. It was far better to turn off — say 50,000 hot water heaters — than to completely turn off a whole neighborhood. Especially when you consider the serious results of things like food spoilage and home-bound people dependent on electrical/medical devices to stay alive.
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By Eric M. Zeman
Record-setting sales in the fourth quarter vault worldwide mobile phone sales over the 1-billion mark, according to IDC.
It may have taken 23 years since the first mobile phones were sold, but worldwide shipments of mobile phones topped 1.019 billion handsets in 2006, setting a new record in sales. That figure represents an increase in sales of 22.5% over the 832.8 million phones sold in 2005.
Helping push the numbers higher was a strong fourth quarter, which saw vendors ship 294.9 million units, up 19.7% over 2005. The numbers also set a record for a single quarter.
Nokia helped boost that figure with 106 million handsets sold, keeping it in the No. 1 spot by a wide margin at 35.2% market share compared to second-place Motorola with 21.9% share. Samsung ranked third in sales with 10.7% worldwide market share, though its figures dipped some.
"Emerging markets contributed to the high volume sales," said Ramon Llamas, research analyst in IDC's Mobile Technology and Tracking team in a statement. "It was not long ago that shipments into mature markets, including Japan, North America and Western Europe, consumed the majority of devices shipped worldwide. More recently, however, device shipments into emerging economies in Asia/Pacific, Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America have surpassed shipments to mature markets, and the difference between the two continues to grow."
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Pair of health studies fail to clear up cellphone-cancer debate
By Jeffrey Silva
Two newly publicized health studies on mobile phone and base station radiation have produced mixed results, likely keeping alive the long-running scientific debate over whether handsets and cell site transmissions can cause cancer and other illnesses.
Japanese mobile-phone operators NTT DoCoMo Inc., KDDI Corp. and SoftBank Mobile Corp. said an industry-funded laboratory study concluded radio frequency radiation from cellphone base stations do not cause damage to human cells, according to a DoCoMo press release.
“In an interim report on April 26, 2005, the companies announced they had found no effects on cell proliferation, gene expression profile, or DNA single-strand breaks. Now they have found there are no genetic alterations or protein functions that could be associated with cell transformation or programmed cell death (apoptosis). Based on these findings, the operators have concluded that they could not find adverse health effects from radio waves from mobile phone base stations,” DoCoMo stated.
DoCoMo said Mitsubishi Chemical Safety Institute Ltd., a specialized research institution, conducted the experiments on behalf of the mobile phone carriers, with the latest results of the peer-reviewed data due for publication in the Bioelectromagnetics Journal.
Meantime, a European multi-nation epidemiology study published in the International Journal of Cancer failed to identify a general link between mobile phone use and the risk of glioma. At the same time, researchers discovered a nearly 40-percent increased tumor risk for a class of long-term subscribers. The scientists found an elevated risk for those who used mobile phones for more than 10 years and whose gliomas were on the same side of the head where they hold their cellphones.
“Although our results overall do not indicate an increased risk of glioma in relation to mobile phone sue, the possible risk in the most heavily exposed part of the brain with long-term use needs to be explored further before firm conclusions can be drawn,” said researchers associated with the 13-country Interphone research program. Countries participating in the project include Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom. Interphone researchers previously found evidence that long-term cellphone exposure can cause another type of benign cancer known as acoustic neuroma. Gliomas are considered far more dangerous.
The Food and Drug Administration’s top cellphone radiation expert said the latest Interphone results should be interpreted with care.
“Our staff epidemiologists and statisticians have not had sufficient time to read and analyze this paper as of now. However, in the abstract to this paper, the authors express caution about their finding and state that it is of ‘borderline statistical significance’ and that this finding ‘needs to be explored further before firm conclusions can be drawn.’ We agree with those caveats and await the completion and analysis of the entire Interphone studies,” said the FDA’s Howard Cyr.
Mobile phone carriers and vendors continue to face wireless health litigation in the United States, though the number of suits against the wireless industry has decreased in recent years. No wireless operator or manufacturer has been found liable for making a defective product or personal injury since cellular phones came on the scene in the U.S. more than two decades ago.
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Reminder that Customer Proprietary Network Information (CPNI) Compliance Certifications from all Telecommunications Carriers are due by February 6, 2007.
January 23, 2006
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By Vic Jackson, Interconnection Services, Inc.
Early last year (2006) there was some considerable controversy over the disclosure to unauthorized persons, by some cellular carriers, of the confidential cellular telephone records of high profile individuals, especially detailed records of individual calls. The FCC came under intense pressure to stop this unlawful practice by some businesses that were openly advertising their ability to obtain confidential telephone records for a fee, even though there are specific FCC rules against such practices. In response, the FCC ordered all telecommunications carriers to submit a CPNI “Compliance Certification.” This “certification” put the onus on high level company officials to make sure the carriers are complying with FCC rules regarding proprietary customer information such as call records.
On January 30, 2006 the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau directed all Telecommunications Carriers to submit Customer Proprietary Network Information (CPNI) Compliance Certifications no later than February 6, 2006. (FCC DA 06-233, Released January 30, 2006.)
Most telecommunications carriers, including paging carriers submitted the CPNI certifications last February 6. Now, because of the FCC requirement for annual certification, new filings are due by February 6, 2007. For paging carriers, CPNI is a relatively benign problem, but a failure to file this FCC required certification could result in some severe penalties.
Listed below is a copy of 47 CFR 64.2009 and the CPNI filing requirement.
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Broadband PCS Auction Set To Begin May 16, 2007
The FCC has announced the procedures and minimum opening bid amounts for the upcoming auction of 38 broadband Personal Communications Service (PCS) licenses scheduled to begin on May 16, 2007 (Auction No. 71).
Auction No. 71 will offer the 38 licenses for A, C, D, E, and F blocks of broadband PCS spectrum in the 1850- 1990 MHz bands. The spectrum to be auctioned has been offered previously in other auctions but was unsold and/or returned to the Commission as a result of license cancellation or termination.
he licenses available for bidding in Auction No. 71 include broadband PCS spectrum in a range of smaller geographic markets, with licenses in Kansas, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, North Dakota, North Carolina, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, New York, American Samoa and the Northern Mariana Islands.
The pre-auction dates and deadlines are as follows: Auction Seminar—March 7, 2007; Short-Form Application (FCC Form 175) Filing Window Opens March 7, 2007; Short-Form Application (FCC Form 175) Filing Window Deadline—March 16, 2007; Upfront Payments—April 20, 2007; Mock Auction—May 14, 2007; Auction Begins—May 16, 2007.
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TIA Report: Broadband Demand Drives Highest Telecom Industry Growth Since 2000
2007 Market Review and Forecast Shows U.S. Revenues Grow 9.3 Percent, Worldwide Revenues Up 11.2 Percent
Arlington, Va. – In 2006, the U.S. telecommunications market grew at its fastest rate since 2000, showing that the drive towards convergence continues to stimulate the telecommunications industry, according to TIA’s 2007 Telecommunications Market Review and Forecast.
Each year, TIA’s Telecommunications Market Review and Forecast analyzes the trends affecting the information and communications technology industry. The report includes an overview of the entire industry, as well as detailed sections on the landline, wireless, equipment and international markets.
TIA’s annual review of the health of the telecom industry shows that the U.S. market grew 9.3 percent in 2006 to total $923 billion in revenue, and the worldwide telecommunications market grew 11.2 percent to total $3 trillion. Demand for broadband and high-speed services is fueling this growth, as carriers invest in new fiber, new IP technology and new wireless infrastructure to provide state-of-the-art voice, video and data services.
“Consumers are thirsty for broadband, and this report shows carriers are rushing to meet the demand,” said Grant Seiffert, TIA president. “Technologies like voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) and broadband video, as well as new mobile data services, are sparking new growth in the telecommunications industry. As a result, carriers are offering more competitive all-in-one bundled packages, and consumers are seeing lower prices and more services.”
The publication reports that the U.S. market continues its transition, as both landline and wireless providers upgrade their networks to offer bundled and high-speed services to consumers. As a result, the U.S. network and enterprise equipment markets experienced a double-digit increase in revenue for the third straight year in 2006. Accelerated fiber deployment is a principal catalyst for the market expansion.
The report forecasts growth for competing new broadband technologies such as fiber, satellite, wireless and broadband over powerline, which combined will account for more than 11 percent of broadband subscribers in 2010. However, in 2006, cable modems and digital subscriber line (DSL) technology continued to dominate the U.S. market, capturing 96 percent of the broadband market, which in 2005 overtook dial-up access service. By 2010, 87 percent of Internet connections will be over broadband technology.
Broadband video is one driving force behind deployment of the state-of-the-art fiber needed to carry the high-capacity signal for this new technology, which allows telephone carriers to provide a TV service comparable to cable TV. More than 12 million miles of fiber were deployed in 2006, up 9.1 percent from 2005, with nearly 10 million miles being deployed by the telephone companies.
While growth in voice traffic continues to stimulate the wireless market, data and multimedia applications will drive wireless revenues in the future. Though accounting for just 10 percent of U.S. wireless revenue in 2006, wireless data and multimedia services are forecast to make up 24 percent of all wireless revenue by 2010. Accordingly, wireless carriers are investing in network upgrades to boost speed and availability.
Growth is expected in VoIP, as the broadband-based phone technology is forecast to make up 34 percent of all U.S. residential landlines by 2010, or 25.5 million subscribers, up from just 10 percent and 9.5 million subscribers in 2006. A majority of cable telephone subscriptions use VoIP.
More U.S. businesses are using communication systems based on Internet protocol technology. The adoption of IP-based “converged” enterprise network equipment has surged during the past two years as leases of legacy equipment have expired, the report says. IP/converged systems are expected to overtake traditional enterprise systems by 2009.
Worldwide, Europe has the largest telecommunications market, measuring at $1 trillion, with the U.S. second at $923 billion and Asia/Pacific third at $715 billion. Overall, the international market grew 12.1 percent in 2006. Middle East/Africa was the fastest- growing region, expanding at 21.6 percent. By 2010, the global market is expected to reach $4.3 trillion in revenue.
TIA represents the information and communications technology industry, and its members represent the entire telecommunications supply chain, from infrastructure provider to device maker.
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BASKING RIDGE, NJ — Verizon Wireless today announced a full lineup of handsets that are capable of being located through its ChaperoneSM family locator service. Chaperone, which has previously been available only on the green LG Migo phone, gives families an added peace of mind while helping locate each other’s wireless phones. Chaperone family locator service is available today on the following Verizon Wireless handsets: the LG 3450L, perfect for pre-teens who want their own mobile phone, and the LG VX8300, LG Chocolate and the Motorola KRZR K1m, all perfect choices for a teenager or other family member who wants a phone that looks like it was designed for an adult.
Based on Global Positioning System (GPS) data, Chaperone is designed to supplement the parameters family members have already established with each other through two options, Chaperone Family Locator and Chaperone with Child ZoneSM. When it first became available in June of 2006, Chaperone with Child Zone marked the first time a wireless service allowed parents to establish predetermined areas in which a family member could travel with their phone where the parent would be automatically alerted about the location of the device when it entered or left the defined area. Features of these services include:
“Chaperone helps busy families stay connected throughout the day, while providing parents with a valuable tool for staying in contact with their children,” said Jim Straight, vice president of wireless Internet and multimedia services for Verizon Wireless. “Now, with the service available on additional handsets designed for adults, it’s perfect for families that want to stay connected – whether family members include pre-teens, teenagers or even seniors.”
To purchase Chaperone, parents first need to subscribe to a Verizon Wireless Family Share Plan and must have a Chaperone-capable phone on that account. Parents can add the basic Chaperone Family Locator for $9.99 monthly access per line or add Chaperone with Child Zone for $19.99 monthly access per line.
Parents who want to access location information about their children via their Verizon Wireless handset have a variety of devices to choose from, including: LG VX4700, VX5300, VX8300, VX8600, The Chocolate, The V, The enV, Samsung SCH-a870, SCH-a930, and Motorola V325, RAZR V3m, and MOTOKRZR K1m.
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The EA1 is the solution for remotely activating public warning signage. Examples include tornado sirens, flash flood warnings, fire danger, Amber Alert, icy roads, etc. The EA1 can also send text messages to scrolling signs. This can occur in conjunction with the activation of audible alarms and visual strobes. This is ideal for public notification in buildings, schools, hotels, factories, etc. The group call feature allows for any number of signs or flashing lights to be activated at the same time over a wide geographic area. In addition, the EA1 Emergency Alert is the perfect solution for low cost yet highly effective alerting of volunteer fire fighters in their home. When activated the EA1 will emit an audible alarm and activate the power outlet on the units faceplate. A common setup is to simply place the EA1 on a table and plug a lamp into the faceplate. When paged from dispatch or any touch tone phone the EA1 will awaken the fire fighter to a lit room. As an option the EA1 can be ordered with a serial cable, allowing for attachment of a serial printer. When paged the alphanumeric message will be printed out at the same time the alarm sounds and the outlet is activated. The EA1 is an ideal complement to alphanumeric belt pagers common to volunteers.
The FAS-8 is designed for activating one or more relays in a firehouse and if desired, printing the alphanumeric message to a serial printer. For this application the FAS-8 is set to activate upon receiving the proper paging cap code sent from 911 dispatch. Up to eight different devices can be activated all with individual time functions. The most common devices to turn on include the PA amplifier, audible wake up alarm, and house lights. The most common device turned off is the stove. The FAS-8 can accept up to 8 different cap codes and have separate relay and time functions per cap code. This allows for different alerting to be accomplished at the same physical location depending upon which cap code is sent. This can be very helpful when fire crews and medical crews are housed in the same building.
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