Emerging Telecommunications Technologies: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Telecommunications and Finance of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, First Session, on H.R. 707, a Bill to Establish Procedures to Improve the Allocation and Assignment of the Electromagnetic Spectrum, February 4 and April 22, 1993, Volume 4

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1993 - Technology & Engineering - 190 pages
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The testimony responds to H.R. 707, a bill to identify 200 megahertz of electromagnetic spectrum for allocation to private and non-federal government users. The witnesses address how the spectrum can be used to deliver new products and services to all Americans; how additional radio spectrum is needed to keep America competitive; how wireless technology will play an increasing role in the country's infrastructure; how H.R. 707 will advance that role. Testimony was given by William D. deKay, Dial Page; Edward O. Fritts, National Association of Broadcasters; Geoffrey S. Goodfellow, Radiomail Corp; Paul Kozlowski, Digital Equipment Corporation; Jack Pellicci, Oracle Corp.; Ronnie Rand, Associated Public-Safety Communications Officers; Craig R. Roos, Personal Communications Network Services of New York; Wayne Schelle, American Personal Communications, on behalf of PCS Action; Eric J. Schimmel, Telecommunications Industry Association; Douglas G. Smith, Omnipoint Corp.; Thomas E. Wheeler, Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association; Edwin L. Harper, Association of American Railroads; Jim K. Omura, Cylink Corp.; and Michael E. Brunner, National Telephone Cooperative Association. (KRN)

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