Re: [802SEC] +++EC 5 Day Review+++802.18 Comments to US FCC on RM-11651
I like the letter overall, but I wonder about this line:
"This improved propagation characteristic in the 433 MHz band makes RFID operation particularly effective in global applications."
I think that extended range makes a system more effective in some applications, but not necessary all of them. For example, I wouldn't apply it to proximity devices. It's not clear to my why "global" applications are inherently long-range ones. [Since the range itself is not "global"!]
So, I think it would be better to say something like:
"This extended propagation characteristic in the 433 MHz band makes RFID operation more effective in many applications."
Roger B. Marks <email@example.com>
Consensii LLC <http://consensii.com>
On 2012/01/20, at 02:46 AM, MJLynch@mjlallc.com wrote:
> Dear EC,
> During the January wireless interim the RR-TAG approved comments to the US FCC on a rulemaking to enable more flexible RFID use in the 433 MHz frequency band. In our comments we support the proposed changes to the current RFID rules.
> The vote in the RR-TAG was 2/0/0
> The comments to the FCC (doc. 18-12-0014-03) are available at:
> This document is being sent to you for the five day review process.
> I am proposing that the EC review period begins now and closes on January 24. The 802.18 comments, with any needed format corrections, will be filed with the FCC on January 24th..
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