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FCC rejects KA9Q petition for reconsideration




On 94 Dec 30 at 12:46, Dewayne Hendricks wrote:

 DH> Report No. DC-2700
 DH> ACTION IN DOCKET CASE
 DH> December 29, 1994

 DH> COMMISSION DENIES RECONSIDERATION OF ORDER CONCERNING
 DH> MESSAGE FORWARDING SYSTEMS IN THE AMATEUR SERVICE
 DH> (PR DOCKET NO. 93-85)

* * *

 DH> Denying reconsideration, the Commission said the Order did 
 DH> not address, nor was it intended to address, what 
 DH> accommodations should be made for message forwarding systems 
 DH> that may be developed in the future. This issue appeared to 
 DH> be the main concern of Karn's request for reconsideration. 
 DH> The Commission said that if the present accommodation 
 DH> becomes unworkable in a system using a different 
 DH> architecture, the manages of that system can request 
 DH> necessary rule changes at the appropriate time.

Phil, that's FCC lingo for "send us a petition."  The FCC takes a very
different view of the rules than amateur licensees tend to do, as we fall into
the habit of thinking about the rules as if they were fixed and immutable.  The
FCC would much rather get something reasonably acceptable on the books and fix
it later as technology changes, which makes some sense.
 
-- Mike
 





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