CTIA Wants More Testing of In-Flight Calling
May 27, 2005, 3:21 PM by (staff)
The CTIA, in a filing yesterday, urged the FCC not to relax restrictions on in-flight cellular calling yet. The FCC has recently been seeking comments on plans to relax or change rules regarding wireless device use on aircraft. It's not airline safety the CTIA fears for, but the safety of its members' networks. The CTIA would like the FCC to hold off on changing or removing its rules until it can be shown that in-flight calls will not interfere normal operation of traditional cellular networks. The CTIA points out that most testing of airborne cellular systems has been of their effect on avionics, little has been done to measure their effect on terrestrial cellular networks.
|Thats bogus man!||Natas||
|more filings||eric Lin||
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