Amplify your voice!We are confident that we will soon see action out of the FCC temporarily legitimizing boosters with at a minimum, oscillation protection. Assuming this happens, this temporary action would be immediately followed by a short period for final comments, usually 30 days, followed by a final decision on whether boosters live or die. This process would be spelled out by the FCC, via issuance of a Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM).
This will be our final chance to influence the FCC as to the importance of boosters. Heavy negative pressure is expected from the cellular service providers and the CTIA. Bottom line – now more than ever, we need booster support stories to be filed with the FCC and your Washington Legislators during this upcoming comment period. With your consent, we can even route comments to the proper venue for you.
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