[Cerowrt-devel] Save WiFi from the FCC - DEADLINE is in 3 days *September* 8
fredstratton at imap.cc
Sun Sep 6 05:57:37 EDT 2015
Apropos the EU Directive.
It might be useful if others read this freely available document.
Having read the German article stating that DD-WRT was at risk, I can
find no reference to that in the Directive.
In the preamble
Verification by radio equipment of the compliance of its combination
with software should not be abused in order to prevent its use with
software provided by independent parties. The availability to public
authorities, manufacturers and users of information on the compliance of
intended combinations of radio equipment and software should contribute
to facilitate competition. '
Others need to read this.
On 05/09/15 23:05, Dave Taht wrote:
> while the current FCC course sucks, I personally have been unable to
> summon the moxy to fight anymore. Decided to migrate to the eu
> instead, only to find the same ruling going into play here. Is there
> no place left on the planet safe to innovate in?
> and: LTE-U is an even greater threat, and I'm low on ideas on how to counter it.
> On Sat, Sep 5, 2015 at 7:12 AM, Rich Brown <richb.hanover at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dave may have buried the lede in his previous note... The date for comments
>> to the FCC is not a month away, but only three days away - 8 Sep 2015.
>> To see the talking points for preparing your comments, go to:
>> To submit a comment, click the green "SUBMIT A FORMAL COMMENT" button on
>> Please post a link to your comments when you're done.
>> On Sep 5, 2015, at 6:42 AM, Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
>> In other news:
>> I am glad to see the more political save-the-wifi coming online rapidly:
>> I HAD NO IDEA that the follow-on rules for 2016 would basically ban
>> modifiable firmware entirely, nor that the DFS problem was due to only 41
>> old radars that need to be replaced anyway.
>> Comment deadline for the fcc is sept 8th, not oct 8, which means we should
>> strap ourselves into the writing console, like, today.
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