Sources stated that this month the FCC has been calling IPS's from a new type. The comaplint stated a claim that the connection does not meet the fedral governments stadards for DSL. Wireless which can hook to DSL operates unamped unlicensed wireless hardware, from FCC approved vendos, like Lucent, Cisco and Linksys.
TAN used FCC approved power regulators from APC, and even FCC approved wireless cards in all radios, laptops and PDA's it sells.
The hardware is all complaint and meets FCC code, but how does FREE to to low cost unlimited VOIP onto americas fastest growing wireless network meet FCC rules , while companies like AT&T, Verizon, PacBell, Cellular One, and so one, payy FCC huge license fees to operate. Open source poineers like Total Access Networks Inc, deployed Linux boxes back before they had shiny interfaces and built its foundation on using undustry stardard gear versus modifictions. As the industry changed, so did TAN meeting todays v.90 , 801.11b, 802.11g, sip , IAX2, and H323 industry standard services. TAN suports several open source/gpl projects found at freshmeat.net
VOIPiT - Voice over IP PBX
IPTV - Internet TV - Over 129 free channels
MobileMesh Kiosk- Mobile Mesh Kiosk
Tan has seemed to have sparked interest in it's growing markets. Seem they have voice, video, IP phone, VOIP, voicemail, and it even works on wireless connections. It costs us allot to less to build and has been deployed/tested for years and meets now meets FCC basic requirements.
The combining of Internet TV Over any Broadband even wireless grows the largest demans. Over 129 channels free . They wanted to know how and why ! Not to look like sheep staring at lights, but when does the FCC need a WISP to reveal how it does something to the management will have something to review? Open up to free hotspot. Visit link. Make sure viewing software in already installed. Click on speed number of station you want to stream. Cuation - Not all content suitable for all audiances. At viewers discretion.
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After contempating on wether or not to write this new column on network news, I can see I have my work already cut out for me. As the FCC investigates more and more systems which is next ? What constitues your right of privacy and freedom to protect your business.
Since we build the systems, we know and adhere to the rules. With VOIP the rules are still being written and IPTV wont be far behind it.
let me know what you think.......