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  1. #1
    G R Jenks
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    Nextel's Consensus Plan Generating Little Static From Public Safety
    Officials
    November 3, 2003 - With concern and debate over the growing problem of
    wireless network interference in the 800 MHz spectrum band at an
    unprecedented high, public safety officials say a solution can't come
    quickly enough. Interference has reached record levels this year, with 51
    individual public safety agencies reporting interference at 117 unique
    locations through April 30, according to the Web site of public safety
    professionals group Project Consensus.


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  2. #2
    John Eckart
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    Re: Nextel's Consensus Plan

    Where are you getting your information?

    "G R Jenks" <[email protected]> wrote in message =
    news:[email protected]
    > Nextel's Consensus Plan Generating Little Static From Public Safety
    > Officials
    > November 3, 2003 - With concern and debate over the growing problem of
    > wireless network interference in the 800 MHz spectrum band at an
    > unprecedented high, public safety officials say a solution can't come
    > quickly enough. Interference has reached record levels this year, with =

    51
    > individual public safety agencies reporting interference at 117 unique
    > locations through April 30, according to the Web site of public safety
    > professionals group Project Consensus.
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  3. #3
    John Eckart
    Guest

    Re: Nextel's Consensus Plan

    Where are you getting your information?

    "G R Jenks" <[email protected]> wrote in message =
    news:[email protected]
    > Nextel's Consensus Plan Generating Little Static From Public Safety
    > Officials
    > November 3, 2003 - With concern and debate over the growing problem of
    > wireless network interference in the 800 MHz spectrum band at an
    > unprecedented high, public safety officials say a solution can't come
    > quickly enough. Interference has reached record levels this year, with =

    51
    > individual public safety agencies reporting interference at 117 unique
    > locations through April 30, according to the Web site of public safety
    > professionals group Project Consensus.
    >=20
    >=20
    > --=20
    > Grant
    > http://WebDesigner.QuickSiteMaker.com
    >=20
    >=20
    >=20
    >=20
    >




  4. #4
    Tim A
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    Re: Nextel's Consensus Plan

    TROLL


    "G R Jenks" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Nextel's Consensus Plan Generating Little Static From Public Safety
    > Officials
    > November 3, 2003 - With concern and debate over the growing problem of
    > wireless network interference in the 800 MHz spectrum band at an
    > unprecedented high, public safety officials say a solution can't come
    > quickly enough. Interference has reached record levels this year, with 51
    > individual public safety agencies reporting interference at 117 unique
    > locations through April 30, according to the Web site of public safety
    > professionals group Project Consensus.
    >
    >
    > --
    > Grant
    > http://WebDesigner.QuickSiteMaker.com
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >






  5. #5
    Tim A
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    Re: Nextel's Consensus Plan

    TROLL


    "G R Jenks" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Nextel's Consensus Plan Generating Little Static From Public Safety
    > Officials
    > November 3, 2003 - With concern and debate over the growing problem of
    > wireless network interference in the 800 MHz spectrum band at an
    > unprecedented high, public safety officials say a solution can't come
    > quickly enough. Interference has reached record levels this year, with 51
    > individual public safety agencies reporting interference at 117 unique
    > locations through April 30, according to the Web site of public safety
    > professionals group Project Consensus.
    >
    >
    > --
    > Grant
    > http://WebDesigner.QuickSiteMaker.com
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >






  6. #6
    Mark Kim
    Guest

    Re: Nextel's Consensus Plan

    Where's the proof? I will take that as a false statment unless I have
    proof. Basically, Grant is basically posting these to anger Nextel Users.

    G R Jenks wrote:
    > Nextel's Consensus Plan Generating Little Static From Public Safety
    > Officials
    > November 3, 2003 - With concern and debate over the growing problem of
    > wireless network interference in the 800 MHz spectrum band at an
    > unprecedented high, public safety officials say a solution can't come
    > quickly enough. Interference has reached record levels this year, with 51
    > individual public safety agencies reporting interference at 117 unique
    > locations through April 30, according to the Web site of public safety
    > professionals group Project Consensus.
    >
    >





  7. #7
    Mark Kim
    Guest

    Re: Nextel's Consensus Plan

    Where's the proof? I will take that as a false statment unless I have
    proof. Basically, Grant is basically posting these to anger Nextel Users.

    G R Jenks wrote:
    > Nextel's Consensus Plan Generating Little Static From Public Safety
    > Officials
    > November 3, 2003 - With concern and debate over the growing problem of
    > wireless network interference in the 800 MHz spectrum band at an
    > unprecedented high, public safety officials say a solution can't come
    > quickly enough. Interference has reached record levels this year, with 51
    > individual public safety agencies reporting interference at 117 unique
    > locations through April 30, according to the Web site of public safety
    > professionals group Project Consensus.
    >
    >





  8. #8
    MarkF
    Guest

    Re: Nextel's Consensus Plan

    Mark Kim <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]_s54>...
    > Where's the proof? I will take that as a false statment unless I have
    > proof. Basically, Grant is basically posting these to anger Nextel Users.
    >
    > G R Jenks wrote:
    > > Nextel's Consensus Plan Generating Little Static From Public Safety
    > > Officials
    > > November 3, 2003 - With concern and debate over the growing problem of
    > > wireless network interference in the 800 MHz spectrum band at an
    > > unprecedented high, public safety officials say a solution can't come
    > > quickly enough. Interference has reached record levels this year, with 51
    > > individual public safety agencies reporting interference at 117 unique
    > > locations through April 30, according to the Web site of public safety
    > > professionals group Project Consensus.
    > >
    > >


    Here is the link to the white paper sent to the FCC from the
    Association of Public Safety Communications Officers (APCO) supporting
    the NEXTEL Consensus Plan:
    http://apcointl.org/frequency/projec...y_080703pm.pdf

    IMHO the solution can't come fast enough either as I manage a PS 800
    MHz Radio System and have had occurances of interference. NEXTEL did
    end up fixing the issues after a few months of midnight to 3 AM site
    work.



  9. #9
    MarkF
    Guest

    Re: Nextel's Consensus Plan

    Mark Kim <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]_s54>...
    > Where's the proof? I will take that as a false statment unless I have
    > proof. Basically, Grant is basically posting these to anger Nextel Users.
    >
    > G R Jenks wrote:
    > > Nextel's Consensus Plan Generating Little Static From Public Safety
    > > Officials
    > > November 3, 2003 - With concern and debate over the growing problem of
    > > wireless network interference in the 800 MHz spectrum band at an
    > > unprecedented high, public safety officials say a solution can't come
    > > quickly enough. Interference has reached record levels this year, with 51
    > > individual public safety agencies reporting interference at 117 unique
    > > locations through April 30, according to the Web site of public safety
    > > professionals group Project Consensus.
    > >
    > >


    Here is the link to the white paper sent to the FCC from the
    Association of Public Safety Communications Officers (APCO) supporting
    the NEXTEL Consensus Plan:
    http://apcointl.org/frequency/projec...y_080703pm.pdf

    IMHO the solution can't come fast enough either as I manage a PS 800
    MHz Radio System and have had occurances of interference. NEXTEL did
    end up fixing the issues after a few months of midnight to 3 AM site
    work.



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