07.01.2003 12:00 PM
FCC Technological Advisory Council to focus on spectrum interference measurement and management

The second meeting of the FCC's Technological Advisory Council will focus on spectrum interference measurement and management.

The commission established the council to provide a way for technical experts from different fields, including manufacturing; communications services providers, the research community and academia to advise the FCC on innovation in the communications industry.

The meeting will be held Monday, July 7 at 10 a.m. in meeting room, TW-C305 at 445 12th Street S.W., Washington, D.C. For those who are interested in observing the meeting but are unable to attend, the meeting will be streamed over the Internet from the FCC www.fcc.gov.

No public oral participation will be allowed unless the council’s chair makes such a request. The public may submit written comments prior to the meeting to Jeffery Goldthrop, the FCC’s designated federal officer for the council. His e-mail address is Jeffery.Goldthorp@fcc.gov. He can be reached via mail at Federal Communications Commission, 445 12th Street, SW., Room 7-A325, Washington, DC 20554.

For more information www.fcc.gov.

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