Friday, May 04, 2007
Friday afternoon at the FCC
Interference temperature, the concept that would let frequencies be used by multiple modulation schemes, and would otherwise open the door to regulating the spectrum in accordance with 21st century technology, was scuttled this afternoon by the FCC.
Quoth the FCC:
Quoth the FCC:
Commenting parties generally argued that the interference temperature approachis not a workable concept and would result in increased interference in the frequency bands where it would be used.1 While there was some support in the record for adopting an interference temperature approach, no parties provided information on specific technical rules that wecould adopt to implement it. 2. Further, with the passage of time, the Notice and the record in this proceeding have become outdated. We are therefore terminating this proceeding without prejudice to its substantive merits.Thanks to Dewayne Hendricks for this . . .
Accordingly, IT IS ORDERED that, pursuant to Sections 4(i) and 4(j) of the Communications Act, 47 U.S.C. §§ 154(i) and 154(j), ET Docket No. 03-237IS TERMINATED, effective upon issuance of this Order.
Hi, I was just wondering if this information is somewhere else, about interference temperature idea ruled out by FCC. Actually I am working on my research and just wanted to make sure with some solid references that the interference temperature idea is not working. Please let me know if you have any other references.Post a Comment