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Wifi Networking By Google

We are a prominent nyc-based expert network and an authorized zintro partner. Our client has an immediate need to to conduct phone consults with multiple experts knowledgeable about how google would go about building a nationwide wifi network. Specifically, our client would like to discuss the relevant legal and regulatory concerns for such a project, including what spectrum would be necessary and whether rights of way would need to be negotiated. This project has a budget.

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    Jeff |Principal

    I have been involved as a manager for a distributed Wi-Fi network in three municipalities within NV ...

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    Wil |VP of Engineering & Network Operations

    This project likely has two main pieces: 1) WiFi, user to node over-the-air and 2) network connectiv...

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    Steve |CTO

    I have extensive experience building disruptive networks out of the box. Your questions are importan...

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Fcc Compliance

We are designing a 2.4ghz radio protocol for remote control vehicle applications. We want to ensure that the frequency hopping and spread spectrum methods will be fcc compliant under 15.247 before proceeding with implementation.

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    Marty |President

    Percept would be a PERFECT fit for you! We offer cost-effective prescans and mitigation, along with ...

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    Cor |Chief Scientist

    I have extensive experience in the field of wireless design and ***** radios, I like to c...

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Consumer Electronics

The zintro blog needs you!i’m looking for your expert opinion on the news below and a written response that is one to three paragraphs long.Your response may be used in an article that i will write and post on the zintro site.You will be named in the article and a link to your profile will be included.Your contribution is voluntary(there is no direct payment involved,but you will get lots of traffic to your profile).If interested,send me your response via znotes within the next few days. Last year,the f.A.A. Announced the creation of a working group,which includes boeing, the consumer electronics association and the federal communications commission,to research the use of electronics on airplanes.The group will likely recommend relaxing the ban on portable electronic devices during takeoff and landing and allow gate-to-gate use of electronics,meaning that devices could be left on in a limited airplane mode.Would it be safe to implement these new rules? This is a great marketing opportunity to get your name and expert opinion published on our blog. Here is a sample: http://blog.Zintro.Com/2012/01/16/keystone-xl-pipeline-pros-and-cons/ please include your full name,we will link it to your profile,getting you more presence on zintro.If you have any questions,please let me know. Thank you! idil

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    Ram |CTO

    Hi, Please send more info Thanks Ram...

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    Edelweis |Director of Strategic Alliances

    I would be interested in contribute voluntary for articles where I have expertise (EE Market in Sout...

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    Denis |Business Development - Solution Architec

    In Australia we have been allowed to have use our mobile devices prior to take off and post landing ...

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Wireless Technology

Hi , we are currently in the process of moving into the wireless technology space. In doing so we have encountered problems with rf design, security, coding amongst others! i am looking for some advice on the best way for us to create a proper wireless tech department, where to look for the correct people, the skills they should have etc, as currently it feels like far too much a stab in the dark! thanks for any help sam

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    Mark |Program Manager

    Would be happy to provide guidance on this matter. I bring over ten years experience in managing a ...

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    Edi |Member of Technical Staff

    I have wide knowledge of this area. If you need support and advice, I can help you identify what you...

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    Ramesh Krishnan |Director

    Hi Greetings!! This is Ramesh from MaxEye Technologies, Bangalore. We are four years old startup an...

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Federal Communications Commission (fcc)

There are obvious tensions in the mission of the federal communications commission. The 1934 communications act that created the fcc charged it with regulating interstate and foreign commerce in communication by wire and radio. In doing so, it is not to censor or interfere with free speech, but it is to enforce legal prohibitions on obscene, indecent, and profane broadcasts. I would like to interview on expert on their opinion/beliefs in regard to the fcc's mission, an analysis of current policies and practices, and a recommendation of a new/altered policy for the fcc. This will be cited as an expert source in a paper.

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    Roger |President

    Yes I would be happy to help. I am easily found at broadcast consultants dot comm R...

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    J. Keith |Owner/Consultant

    I have been working with the FCC for many years and I am licensed FCC Tech. Ive been working with bo...

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Radio Regulations

What are the fcc regulations on beer & wine sampling live on-air radio. If is is a feature, or paid advertising, it is still educating the audience.

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    Walter |CEO, Consultant, COO

    For 30 years I have *****o *****, networks and *****o and I am aware of all FCC ...

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    Donna |Radio Station Start-Up Consultant/Specia

    First, you don't want any kind of liquid in your control room, unless you don't mind potentially des...

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Electronic Visual Aid

My name is andrea and i'm from monterrey, mexico. I'm contacting you because my start up has developed a medical device in the form of a wristband designed to know the proximity of objects using ultrasound. The nominal operational frequency is 40 khz at 0.33 watts. We want to know what are the fcc compliance requirements in order to commercialize this device in the u.S. Is it a fcc requirement to test for emc in this case? Thank you

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    Shailesh |Practice Manager

    Hi Andrea, I will be more than happy to assist you in this project. Kindly let me know how I can...

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    Joseph |Director

    Bioana We are industrial engineers that specialize in productivity improvement using specific techn...

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    Daniel |CEO & President

    Good Day, we can help you with this. The price would be 1/2 day of consulting at USD1600 per day: t...

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Csp Network Access Technology

Our firm requires multiple experts from tier 1 and tier 2 telecom providers who have experience in utilizing vendors that provide network access technologies such as calix and adtran. We would like to have a better understanding on the composition of spending of telco service providers into these vendors and how cost/spend is broken down in different ways such as e.G. Fiber related vs. Copper related.  new install vs. Maintenance and capacity expansion and spend on new software products. This would be for a 1-hour paid phone consultation. To demonstrate your relevance in this space, please consider answering the questions below. 1. Briefly, can you share the level or extent of your experience in this space in relation to your previous/current role, in terms of selecting access technology vendors for your network? 2. Can you provide an overview or share your insights on the budget priorities of telco service providers when choosing to expand their customer broadband technologies? 3. Have you utilized either calixto or adtran? Please specify vendors in this space that you have engaged with. 4. Would you be able to discuss pros and cons primarily on the composition of spending by telco service providers into these vendors broken down into the following? Please answer with a yes/no for each or a few brief statements 4a. Fiber related vs. Copper related 4b. New install vs. Maintenance and capacity expansion 4c. Spending on new software products **please note that we are only interested in your personal point of view and are not seeking confidential information.   ***referrals are highly appreciated

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    Lee |Member Board Of Directors

    Will pass on this as most access technology decisions are being delayed for 5G due to capital constr...

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    Ray |Vice President, Legal, General Counsel a

    Thanks for the inquiry but I really have no experience in this area other than to ***** cont...

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    Peter |Partner & Founder

    Hi, I have worked with several of the UK leading Fibre Alt-Nets in the last 12 months, 2 or more of ...

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Wireless Network Security

Expert in wireless network security project on wireless intrusion prevention system design and build up.

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    Jeff |General Manager

    I have not been an expert witness before but I am a wireless expert. I engineer wired and wireless n...

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    Andre |Managing Director

    Am interested in your request, specifically to whether this a commerical environment or must conform...

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    USMAN |DIRECTOR/CIO TECHNICAL

    I have completed several wireless projects, on cisco equipment, kindly if you can send me details fo...

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Charter / Twc - Regulatory Review

We are a prominent nyc-based expert network and an authorized zintro partner. Our client has an immediate need to conduct phone consults with multiple experts knowledgeable about the proposed charter / twc merger. Our client would like to discuss relevant fcc and white house policies, and how these policies might affect the merger. This project has a budget.

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    Paul |CEO

    I am a ***** NYC with a significant amount of experience with telecom and cable. Have done h...

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    Michael |CEO, Telecomquotes.com

    I'm Michael Bremmer and I have a 25 years in this industry. My Linked In profile show cases the ma...

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    Manuel |Client Director

    Unfortunately I don't have great expertise with the FCC...

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Rf & Microwave Technology

This is an inquiry, asking for participation in a investigative process for a global issue regarding rf/vhf/elf/emf signals and technology used in localized or weaponized forms. The request is urgent and of very high importance to reveal and clarify an ongoing issue of ecm pollution and potential ionospheric genocide. Any redirection to an office or available representative of a foundation or alternative is appreciated. This is a issue i plan to bring up to the amicc and court and need voluntary participation.

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    Pravinkumar |Design Engineer

    I am a RF/Microwave expert with long experience in the field. But I am not a US cit...

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    Ibrahim |Anlysis Networks KPI

    I am rf engineer in ksa *****...

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Wireless Sensor Network Technology

Seeking an expert in wireless sensor technology to assist in developing a new device. I do not have experience in the field and will need an expert to help outline possibilities and develop. I will share equity ownership in the company as payment. Message me if you are interested in building/creating something new and unique. I am located in atlanta, ga.

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    Biplab |Electronics, Sensor Design, IoT & IoT Bi

    We do have readymade wireless board to convert any normal device to connected wireless device-it can...

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    ANDRIES |Director

    I am interested in this. Please contact me urgently. Best regards Andries Lottering...

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    New |

    Maybe, could help you... Please send me more info, my team and I, wait for you sonn response. Thanks...

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The radio frequency (RF) spectrum is a conceptual tool used to organize and map the physical phenomena of electromagnetic waves. These waves propagate through space at different frequencies, and the set of all possible frequencies is called the electromagnetic spectrum. The term radio spectrum typically refers to the full frequency range from 3 kHz to 300 GHz that may be used for wireless communication. The RF spectrum is a natural resource; most countries define the RF as an exclusive property of the state. RF is a national limited resource, much like water, land, gas and minerals. Like these, it is scarce; however, the RF is renewable and not nearing exhaustion. The first sentence of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) constitution fully recognises “the sovereign right of each State to regulate its telecommunication”. The national RF spectrum control consists of spectrum management and spectrum monitoring. The Spectrum Management is the wireless telecommunications regulation at national, regional and global levels. These are the aims of the national Spectrum Management to: rationalize and optimize the use of the RF spectrum, avoid and solve interference, design short and long range frequency allocation, advance the introduction of new wireless technologies, coordinate wireless communications with neigbours and other administrations. These are the Radio spectrum items which need to be nationally regulated: frequency allocation to radio services, assignment of licence and RF to transmitting stations, type approval of equipment (for countries out of the European Union), fee collection, notifying ITU for the Master International Frequency Register (MIFR), coordination with neighbour countries (as there are no borders to the radio waves, external relations toward regional commissions (such as CEPT in Europe, CITEL in America) and toward ITU. The RF is an ethereal medium, carrying wireless e-Communications: a networked service of general economic interest. Technological advances, innovation, penetration of new technologies and economic power are directly connected to wireless regulation. The RF serves as a lever to raise the economic and social conditions of the society. The overall innovative concepts for RF spectrum management (such as 'light touch' regulation, simplification plans, secondary trading, self-certification, permitting cognitive radio and neutral technology) are typical of entrepreneurial and frontrunner countries. The RF ether is not related to any cultural factor per-se: history, tradition, language, religion or legal origin. RF is perceived as a technical rather than cultural factor; as compared to currency, legislation, taxes or right-left hand driving issues. In frequency allocation the common denominator among countries may dominate the whole. For this reason the RF standards can be harmonised more easily (in comparison with, for example, foreign affairs), and the national RF allocation chart can be copied as is, from country to country (if located in the same ITU Region: R1, R2 or R3). Lessons, ideas and technologies can cross the ocean easily, as RF is identical worldwide, exists everywhere, serves all races, and deserves to be utilized rationally, for worthwhile applications- i.e. safety of life, emergency, multi-cultural, broadcasting, health, education and human welfare. The RF spectrum management seems to be a natural monopoly (to be compared to the concept of Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill), as there is generally one regulator for any RF band. Discussions on central-planning versus market-based spectrum management are found at the recent PhD thesis

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