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Experimental radio licenses from the files of the Federal Communications Commission USA. Curated by .
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DRMNA.INFO Jun 30
New DRMNA post: Again with the DRM and a "bonus" arbitrage payload
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Experimental Radio News Jun 30
As it intends to target Europe with "data content provided by third parties," it is fair to ask the true purpose of this proposed International Broadcast Station in Batavia IL.
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Consumer Technology Association Jun 29
Enabling access to the 6 GHz band for VLP devices will help grow new and exciting consumer technologies - from AR/VR to IoT solutions – while strengthening the US economy. Read CTA’s full comments to the here:
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Aspen Digital Jun 18
The pandemic has shined a light on wireless spectrum’s role in society. The digital divide, race to 5G, have become more prominent in public discourse. Our Roundtable on Spectrum Policy 2020 report gives recommendations on the way forward. Give it a read!
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Experimental Radio News Jun 18
Replying to @StevenJCrowley
This is one of the main companies in this space
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Steve Crowley Jun 18
To what extent is high-frequency trading conducted via "experiments" under FCC Part 5 rules?
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Experimental Radio News Jun 18
As covered in ERN, these are licensed as temporary scientific experiments only. Such stations are not normally permitted to derive revenue from operations. No regular U.S. international shortwave point-to-point service exists. FCC withholds pertinent data on these from the public
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Michael Marcus Jun 14
47 USC §157 requires to "determine whether any new technology or service proposed in a petition or application is in the public interest within ONE YEAR" FCC doesn't! It has ignored this law since Reagan signed it! Why?
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Robert Weller May 13
One out of many already doing this applied for a license. Wow.
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Experimental Radio News Apr 30
Replying to @Jenny_Alto
It's two different words, which meaning do you intend?
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Experimental Radio News Apr 30
Replying to @WigglePig @Jenny_Alto
The use of ISM bands for telecoms is absolutely permitted in the U.S. with Wi-Fi being a prime example, but there are others.
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Experimental Radio News Apr 30
Replying to @Jenny_Alto
They're known as HIFERS and no license required. Been going on for years.
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Experimental Radio News Apr 30
Replying to @FCC
The best you can say about this thing is that the antennas aren't shorted, like in the old FCC seal.
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Experimental Radio News Mar 24
Replying to @2ftg1
"I didn't know what the hell a grommet was. I thought some kind of Swedish donut." - Jean Shepherd K2ORS
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Experimental Radio News Mar 24
Wireless power, at room distances - in the latest Experimental Radio News, free at .
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Experimental Radio News Mar 24
The permit for this Digital Radio Mondiale station expires this summer. Will it ever be built? What's it really for? In the latest Experimental Radio News, free at .
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Experimental Radio News Mar 24
Zenneck waves for timing and positioning - in the latest Experimental Radio News, free at .
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Alexandru Csete Mar 22
Just tried Look4Sat, a new satellite tracking application for Android. Awesome app and builds on top of existing open-source technologies. Great job! 👍
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Experimental Radio News Mar 21
ERN 2 is headed to your inbox with a handful of recent and noteworthy wireless license things. Thanks for reading and sharing and caring.
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Experimental Radio News Mar 21
If you can't see the Lynk Falklands video in ERN issue 2, this might work:
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