Report of the Regulatory ad-hoc group November, 2000. LMSC ad-hoc RADIO REGULATIONS. the 802 Regulatory Ombudsman conducted a meeting on Tuesday, November 7, 2000, 8-10 AM 50 individuals were present The following informational items were addressed:
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There is drive from industry to provide Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum Systems with increased data rates which require the use of modulation schemes providing higher spectral efficiency.
The current requirements for operating under 15.247 are sufficiently ambiguous such that the FCC must judge on a case by case basis which of these systems comply with the spirit of the regulations as written.
To submit the following 3 questions to the radio Working Groups for approval as a response to an FCC inquiry for questions to be placed on the agenda of an industry Forum involving revision of FCC part 15.247. (with the necessary editing to make a properly worded position paper and include the meeting schedule) Andren/Kuwahara