Somehow, Google and the wireless telcos have found something they can agree on. With a blog post earlier this week, Google's Washington telecom and media counsel lent the company's support to the Radio Spectrum Inventory Act, which would force government regulators to ask themselves how the nation's wireless spectrum is actually …
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Spectrum Inventory Table 137 MHz to 100 GHz
The FCC has been asking for public input for at least a year. Excerpt:
Please send us your comments via E-mail!
This table represents the first FCC version of a detailed spectrum inventory for the public. The FCC looks forward to receiving your informal comments via E-mail regarding the usefulness of such a table, and suggestions on how you feel this table should evolve. Also, if you notice any inaccuracies, please bring that to our attention too. Your informal comments on the "Spectrum Inventory Table" should be E-mailed to "email@example.com". Please put the phrase "Spectrum Inventory Comments" in the subject line of your E-mail message.
Download the File:
The inventory table, "SpInvTbl.wp5"; and a documentation file, "SpInvDoc.wp5", have been compressed into a single file, SpInv.zip (83 kB), using compression program "pkzip".
These Spectrum Inventory files have also been converted into Adobe Portable Document Format.
* Spectrum Inventory Table spinvtbl.pdf (288 kB)
* Documentation spinvdoc.pdf (26 kB)
last reviewed/updated 2/27/08
Re: Google, telcos in wireless agreement shock
"... and build maps showing signal coverage and strength."
Good! Maybe then we will know: "Can you hear me now?"
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