RE: [N3FJP_Software_Users] FCC Petition


Dec 30, 2004

 


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#2488 Dec 30, 2004

OK sorry, htis is not about Scott's fine sotware.



But...



I thought my fellow users of his fine software would be interested

in kowing that Scott filed a pettion with the FCC regarding BPL. An

easy way to see it is via eHam.net.. ust look for the story with

N3FJP in it.



Paul AB0SI



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#2489 Dec 31, 2004

Thanks Paul, The correct link to the filing is: gullfoss2.fcc.gov/prod/ecfs/retrieve.cgi?native_or_pdf=pdf&id_document=6516885934> I have no expectation that the Commission will act on this filing in and ofitself, but I do think it is real important that we make as much noise as wecan.  The BPL folks want our spectrum and they want us to go away.  Ifwe don't do what we can to let them know that they are in for challenges everystep of the way, they are more likely to get what they want.  The more theyhave to fight the legal battle, the more interference complaints they receive(or recognize that they are GOING to receive once deployed), the more expensivedeployment of BPL becomes. We need to keep respectfully nudging the Commission too.  Part oftheir charge is to protect licensed users. It is not their roll toalter that protection based on their subjective assessment of what they believeis in the best interest of the public. It is not too late to post your comments.  Go to: gullfoss2.fcc.gov/prod/ecfs/upload_v2.cgi> and enter the proceeding number 04-37.



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#2490 Dec 31, 2004

way to go Scott check out our bpl site.

www.target-eng.com/bpl/

73 de Brian WC4J

EMERGENCY COORDINATOR OLE VA. HAMS MANASSAS VA. "BPL BATTLE GROUND" ----- Original Message -----

From: SNKDavis@...

To: N3FJP_Software_Users@yahoogroups.com

Sent: Friday, December 31, 2004 6:24 AM

Subject: Re: [N3FJP_Software_Users] FCC Petition





Thanks Paul,



The correct link to the filing is:



gullfoss2.fcc.gov/prod/ecfs/retrieve.cgi?native_or_pdf=pdf&id_document=6516885934>



I have no expectation that the Commission will act on this filing in and of itself, but I do think it is real important that we make as much noise as we can. The BPL folks want our spectrum and they want us to go away. If we don't do what we can to let them know that they are in for challenges every step of the way, they are more likely to get what they want. The more they have to fight the legal battle, the more interference complaints they receive (or recognize that they are GOING to receive once deployed), the more expensive deployment of BPL becomes.



We need to keep respectfully nudging the Commission too. Part of their charge is to protect licensed users. It is not their roll to alter that protection based on their subjective assessment of what they believe is in the best interest of the public.



It is not too late to post your comments. Go to:



gullfoss2.fcc.gov/prod/ecfs/upload_v2.cgi>



and enter the proceeding number 04-37.



73, Scott

N3FJP







In a message dated 12/30/2004 11:41:21 PM Eastern Standard Time, ab0si@... writes:





OK sorry, htis is not about Scott's fine sotware.



But...



I thought my fellow users of his fine software would be interested

in kowing that Scott filed a pettion with the FCC regarding BPL. An

easy way to see it is via eHam.net.. ust look for the story with

N3FJP in it.



Paul AB0SI













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#2498 Jan 1 11:03 PM

As an aside, one of the things I am doing istaking noise measurements and entering them into my FCC Log pre-BPL in the eventhat it is ever deployed here...  Not a bad idea for all of us to dothis... Thanks,DaveNK7Zwww.nk7z.net

The truest measure of a society ishow it treats its elderly, its pets, and its prisoners-----Original Message-----From: SNKDavis@...[mailto:SNKDavis@...]Sent: Friday, December 31, 200403:24To: N3FJP_Software_Users@yahoogroups.comSubject:Re: [N3FJP_Software_Users] FCC Petition

Thanks Paul, The correct link to the filing is: gullfoss2.fcc.gov/prod/ecfs/retrieve.cgi?native_or_pdf=pdf&id_document=6516885934> I have no expectation that the Commission will act on this filing in andof itself, but I do think it is real important that we make as much noise aswe can.  The BPL folks want our spectrum and they want us to goaway.  If we don't do what we can to let them know that they are in forchallenges every step of the way, they are more likely to get what theywant.  The more they have to fight the legal battle, the moreinterference complaints they receive (or recognize that they are GOING toreceive once deployed), the more expensive deployment of BPL becomes. We need to keep respectfully nudging the Commission too.  Partof their charge is to protect licensed users. It is not their rollto alter that protection based on their subjective assessment of what theybelieve is in the best interest of the public. It is not too late to post your comments.  Go to: gullfoss2.fcc.gov/prod/ecfs/upload_v2.cgi> and enter the proceeding number 04-37.






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