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US government used spectrum to be opened up for consumer purposes

0. phoneArena 16 Jun 2013, 15:41 posted on

On Friday, a memorandum was issued by the White House to federal agencies establishing new measure...

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posted on 16 Jun 2013, 16:03 1

1. ajac09 (Posts: 1482; Member since: 30 Sep 2009)

US government continues to strike out

posted on 16 Jun 2013, 17:08

2. meowcenary (Posts: 187; Member since: 13 Apr 2012)

Strikeout? The Fed Govt has been working on the comm spectrums for awhile. So if they struckout, there would be issues across the board between CIV and MIL comms. Comms spectrum has been a growing issue lately and you will see GOV and various comms provider working on the spectrum(s).

posted on 16 Jun 2013, 17:09

3. Zero0 (Posts: 592; Member since: 05 Jul 2012)


This is a good move. If I understand correctly, the goal is to create a more open network. Hopefully it's more of a mesh network (i.e. an actual network, not something relying solely on cells).

posted on 16 Jun 2013, 20:55

4. rallyguy (Posts: 620; Member since: 13 Mar 2012)

By more open, you mean easier to monitor and record?

posted on 16 Jun 2013, 21:46

5. meowcenary (Posts: 187; Member since: 13 Apr 2012)

you can monitor and record anything that is transmitted. you might want to look at the comms spectrum and look at the usage fo each spectrum. it's getting more crowded.

if you do not care for being tracked. why don't you forget technology, create several false identities, pay by cash, and keep your money under your box spring.

posted on 17 Jun 2013, 00:04

6. rallyguy (Posts: 620; Member since: 13 Mar 2012)

I was being sarcastic. Or haw about the stupid government actually follow and obey the Constiution, you know, the thing they raised their hand and swore to do.

I have to jump through hoops because the elected dictator doesn't believe in my freedom?

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