Prime example of a practically perfect person
In America? Like WiFi? Want More?
« on: 2006-08-31 13:40:02 »
Go here: http://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/prod/ecfs/upload_v2.cgi
At "1. Proceeding" enter: 06-49
Fill in the required fields, scroll to "Send a Brief Comment to FCC (typed-in)" and enter your comment.
It could be as simple as "I support the Media Access Project, the New America Foundation and community wireless organizations nationwide in advocating for more unlicensed wireless spectrum."
Sample "City" Reply:
As a member of the Board of Directors of [Organization], a community wireless organization in [Town], and a member of [Whatever], I would like to support the comments filed by the Media Access Project and the New America Foundation with respect to the 900 MHz band. Community wireless organizations and municipal wireless projects greatly need access to more unlicensed spectrum in the 900 MHz band due to interference, especially in large urban areas. These wireless networks are key to improving economic development and political participation as well as providing social and cultural benefits to communities nationwide.
Sample "Country" Reply:
I live in a small rural community which is seeking to extend access to isolated residences, clusters of houses and to monitor inter alia water pumping and farm equipment storage locations. After fruitless years of waiting for cost-effective broadband from the commercial sector, we see unlicensed spectrum in the 900 MHz band as a key to providing cost effective Internet access and monitoring facilities using both planned and ad hoc distributed networks. This has the potential to: provide improved economic development in rural areas; increase community involvement and political participation; provide other social and cultural benefits. I would like to support the comments filed by the Media Access Project and the New America Foundation with respect to the 900 MHz band. Community wireless organizations and municipal wireless projects greatly need access to more unlicensed spectrum in the 900 MHz band.