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Office of Engineering and Technology JANUARY REPORT. January 15, 2009. Generator. Substation. Advancing Broadband Deployments. Determined that airport Wi-Fi devices are subject to the over-the-air reception device (OTARD) rules. Continued to support broadband deployment by WISPs.

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advancing broadband deployments

Generator

Substation

Advancing Broadband Deployments

Determined that airport Wi-Fi

devices are subject to the over-the-air

reception device (OTARD) rules

Continued to support

broadband deployment

by WISPs

Internet

Access

Affirmed rules for

Broadband Over Power Lines

opening spectrum
Opening Spectrum

TV White Spaces

2- Year testing program

open to the public

Adopted rules to provide

Access to TVWS spectrum

Established Fellowship Program

Proposed spectrum and

granted waivers for

Medical devices

Facilitated relocation

of broadcast auxiliary

service

OET has worked on nearly every spectrum and technical proceeding: 700 MHz; AWS-1; AWS 2 & 3, BRS/EBS; 3650 MHz; MSS/ATC; DARS/WCS; etc.

fostering innovation through open technology platforms
Fostering Innovation Through Open Technology Platforms
  • Developed 700 MHz C-block open technology platform rules with WTB
  • Promoted expansion of open access concept
  • Devices are integrating licensed and unlicensed technologies

Unlicensed

Wi-Fi

Bluetooth

“Near-Field”

Communications

Licensed

Multi-band

Multi-standard

Open Access

to services and

applications

Commission adopted rules facilitating underlying technologies:

Modular radios and software defined radios

fostering innovation unlicensed devices
Fostering Innovation – Unlicensed Devices

Wireless HD

Remote

Control

HVAC

Control

Access

Control

Lighting

Appliance

Control

overseeing the dtv transition
Overseeing the DTV Transition

Together with the Media Bureau

Developed Final Table of DTV

Allotments.

Supported coordination with

Canada and Mexico

Developed TV receiver tuner

rules and addressed waivers

Addressed issues related to

Closed captioning and V-chip

Supported Wilmington and Hawaii DTV transitions

OET staff are participating in DTV

outreach program

Published 2 Reports:

DTV Coverage Maps

Tested 135 DTV

Converter Boxes

Prepared consumer guides

on antennas and conducted

Workshop on DTV converter

boxes