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Keep your files and communications safe with Office - Office Support
Office gives you tools to help keep your information secure and private, and ways to recover your files from malicious attacks or accidental deletions.
Microsoft  Office  cybersecurity  howto  tools  resources 
may 2019 by pierredv
Voting for
"VotingforJudges is a nonpartisan, impartial source of information about judicial elections in the state of Washington. The site was established in 2006 to provide information to voters in connection with the appellate judicial contests that year, and it has expanded to cover all judicial elections throughout the state. All of Washington's 2018 elections will be reported."
elections  voting  resources  judges  WA 
july 2018 by pierredv
[pdf] ECC Report 249 - Unwanted emissions of common radio systems: measurements and use in sharing/compatibility studies - Apr 2016
"The scope of this report is:

 To compare the measured characteristics of a limited number of equipment samples with the existing regulatory limits in order:

 To explore the current definitions of the limits used for the OoB and spurious domains given in ITU-R Recommendations and ETSI standards

 To compare the "safety-net" worst case characteristics of OoB emissions in Rec. ITU-R SM.1541 [1] and the measurements of the equipment samples

 To compare spurious domains emissions in ERC/REC 74-01 [2] Rec. ITU-R SM.329 Category B and the measurements of the equipment samples

 To characterise the unwanted emissions of various digital modulation technologies of broadband communication systems. It considers the boundary between the out-of-band (OoB) and spurious domains as well as the levels of unwanted emissions in a set of measurements on equipment samples.

 To develop possible concepts to better characterise the unwanted emissions of broadband systems using digital technology to enable a more efficient use of the radio spectrum in adjacent bands."

"It is observed that the measured emissions are typically lower than the limits in
recommendations and ETSI standards by a significant margin of several tens of dBs in the spurious domain,
except for the harmonic frequencies. This finding has an important implication for sharing and compatibility
studies which are typically based on the assumption that equipment would only just meet the limits set out in
standards. "

"Two questions are raised:

1 Should sharing/compatibility studies be based on typical performance of unwanted emissions rather than the limits?

2 Should those limits/levels in bands adjacent to the operating one (and boundary between the OoB and spurious domains) be redefined or be re-considered on a case-by-case basis to better reflect actual performance of equipment, and therefore allow for increased opportunities for sharing/compatibility and more efficient use of spectrum in future?"

"Regarding the out-of-band domain limits, the measurements have shown that the limits specified in ETSI standards are generally the relevant limits particularly tailored to the specific application; ITU-R SM.1541 [1] (containing only the "safety-net" limits which are mainly only based on services) consequently shows a large margin as expected."
ECC  CEPT  reports  spectrum-sharing  interference  *  resources  OOBE  spurious-emissions  LTE  DAB  GSM 
march 2018 by pierredv
ITU - SpaceCap – Space notification system PC capture
The ITU Radiocommunication Bureau SpaceCap system, is a PC based data capture software application for electronic capture of data elements to be furnished in notices relating to space stations.
ITU  ITU-R  satellite  space  resources 
march 2018 by pierredv
Approved Space Station List | Federal Communications Commission
"The list provides the following information for each space station license or U.S. market access grant: the orbital location for a geostationary satellite or identification of the grant as pertaining to a non-geostationary satellite system; space station or system name; call sign; operator name; licensing administration; frequencies; a link to where polarization, coverage, and orbital debris mitigation information can be found; launch date of the space station; and whether the space station has been granted U.S. market access. It also includes links to relevant information concerning certain Federal space stations authorized by the National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA), as well as space stations authorized as points of communications for Earth Stations Aboard Aircraft (ESAA)."
FCC  resources  space  satellite 
march 2018 by pierredv
Constitution of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) - The Faculty of Law
Chapter VII - Special provisions for radio
Article 44
Use of the radio-frequency spectrum and of the geostationary-satellite and other satellite orbits
Member States shall endeavour to limit the number of frequencies and the spectrum used to the minimum essential to provide in a satisfactory manner the necessary services. To that end, they shall endeavour to apply the latest technical advances as soon as possible.

In using frequency bands for radio services, Member States shall bear in mind that radio frequencies and any associated orbits, including the geostationary-satellite orbit, are limited natural resources and that they must be used rationally, efficiently and economically, in conformity with the provisions of the Radio Regulations, so that countries or groups of countries may have equitable access to those orbits and frequencies, taking into account the special needs of the developing countries and the geographical situation of particular countries.
ITU  ITU-R  resources  Spectrum 
february 2018 by pierredv
asset & resource | WordReference Forums
What is the difference between "asset" and "resource"?
language  resources 
september 2017 by pierredv
Losing Your Old Area Code? You’re Not Alone - WSJ, Jo Craven McGinty, Aug 2017
"Seven places in the U.S. recently received an urgent message: They are in danger of running out of telephone numbers. But as skeptics suspect, the problem isn't the number of numbers available. It's the way they're allocated. . . Here's the quirk: The shortages are the result of a billing and routing system that causes surpluses of numbers to accumulate in places where they aren't needed."

"The format is NXX-NXX-XXXX where N is any digit from two through nine, and X is any digit from zero through nine. The first three are an area code assigned to a geographical region. The next three are a prefix assigned to a switch within the area code. And the final four are a suffix attached to a landline or mobile phone."

"Area code exhaustion does not occur when all eight million numbers are assigned to an end user," Mr. Manning said. "It occurs when all 800 prefixes are assigned or are no longer available."
WSJ  scarcity  resources  numbers  telephony 
august 2017 by pierredv
Radio Spectrum Allocation | Federal Communications Commission
Includes like to FCC Online Table, and Allocation History File
FCC  regulations  allocations  resources 
june 2017 by pierredv
Spectrum information - Ofcom
UK frequency allocation table
Coordination documents
Ofcom  spectrum  resources  allocation 
may 2017 by pierredv
Is totally unoccupied TV band considered TV White Space?
With this flexibility, regulators could move ahead with policies to maximize spectrum usage without having to go through long regulatory processes. Countries such as India will be able to move forward to utilize their currently underutilized TV bands to benefit the unconnected rural areas, thus, achieving the Digital India initiative spearheaded by their Prime Minister Modi. Spectrum is a natural resource that should be used to benefit the people!
metaphor  rhetoric  spectrum  resources 
april 2017 by pierredv
Senate, House Aides Said to Vie for Top NTIA Spot | Bloomberg BNA
"The NTIA is a Department of Commerce agency that plays a critical role in managing one of the country’s most valuable, if intangible, natural resources: radio wave spectrum"
metaphor  spectrum  resources 
february 2017 by pierredv
Military Requirements for International Airspace: Evolving Claims to Exclusive Use of a Res Communes Natural Resource 11 Natural Resources Journal 1971
11 Nat. Resources J. 162 (1971)
Military Requirements for International Airspace: Evolving Claims to Exclusive Use of a Res Communes Natural Resource
law  resources  airspace 
may 2016 by pierredv
Airspace Utilization (FAQ)
"navigable airspace is a limited natural resource that Congress has charged the FAA to administer in the public interest"
FAA  resources  airspace 
may 2016 by pierredv
CHIPS Articles: Spectrum Isn't Like "Other Natural Resources" -- By Thomas Kidd and Mark Rossow - October-December 2010
"The moment that a radio, radar or some other spectrum-enabled device stops using a radio frequency, that radio frequency becomes instantly reusable by some other device. This simple, yet remarkable, difference means that efforts to manage and conserve the electromagnetic spectrum as if it were a natural resource, like water and land, are often misguided or ill-conceived. A resource that is instantly renewable cannot really be in short supply. As such, spectrum conservation is a misnomer." BUT if the resource is operating rights, then conservation (preserving option value) does make sense.
spectrum  metaphor  resources 
january 2016 by pierredv
The Stanford Geospatial Network Model of the Roman World "ORBIS: The Stanford Geospatial Network Model of the Roman World reconstructs the time cost and financial expense associated with a wide range of different types of travel in antiquity. The model is based on a simplified version of the giant network of cities, roads, rivers and sea lanes that framed movement across the Roman Empire. It broadly reflects conditions around 200 CE but also covers a few sites and roads created in late antiquity."
history  maps  resources  reference  visualization  Rome 
january 2016 by pierredv
inks To Other Sites and Bulletin Boards - NOAASIS
NOAA  satellite  links  images  resources 
july 2015 by pierredv LightSquared and GPS
NOTE: In 2016, LightSquared became Ligado Networks. This page contains out-of-date information that is no longer correct. We are retaining it for historical purposes without further updates.
GPS  LightSquared  resources 
january 2014 by pierredv
Maori reactivate claim to New Zealand spectrum — PolicyTracker: Aug 2013
"Three Maori groups have claimed New Zealand's government has no right to sell spectrum." "The case, known as Wai 2224, was dropped in 2009 but has now been re-opened. The claimants say that the government's 'kawanatanga' (rights to govern) do not stretch as far as converting radio spectrum frequencies into private property rights. They argue that radio spectrum is a natural resource and therefore covered by the Maori's 'rangatiratanga' (sovereignty)." "Piripi Walker, spokesman for the Wellington Maori Language Board, said that “Maori seek to secure a fair share of the resource, including management rights to spectrum, in order that our people, language and culture will survive in the new technological age and beyond”. New Zealand's telecoms minister Amy Adams did not accept the Maoris' arguments. "We have never accepted that spectrum is a taonga, but that the language is. We don't therefore accept that there's an automatic claim to spectrum," she told local media."
resources  spectrum  newzealand  PolicyTracker  resource 
august 2013 by pierredv
Maori Claim Ownership of Radio Waves - July 2013
“According to New Zealand's first people, the government doesn't have the authority to auction off spectrum valued at up to 400 million New Zealand dollars (US$314 million)--earmarked for so-called fourth-generation services—because Britain guaranteed the rights of unspecified national resources to Maori in a landmark 173-year-old treaty.”
resources  spectrum  WSJ 
july 2013 by pierredv
OET - Technical Documents |
"As an important part of the Office's mission, the FCC's OET publishes various types of technical documents that communicates the results of its research and studies and provides technical information to the public. The categories of documents include Technical Memorandum, Measurement Procedures, Bulletins, and Reports. These documents are of interest to a broad spectrum of people. The documents are available to individuals and groups inside and outside the FCC."
resources  reports  OET  FCC 
july 2012 by pierredv
Best Readings in Cognitive Radio | IEEE Communications Society
"Best Readings is a collection of Journal/Magazine Special Issues, books, articles, and papers on a featured topic. This Best Readings is on Cognitive Radio (CR) Communications and Networking. The contributors are: Ekram Hossain, Dusit Niyato, Ying-Chang Liang, and Vijay K. Bhargava."
bibliography  cognitiveradio  DSA  spectrum  x:IEEE  reference  resources 
march 2012 by pierredv
KLCC Eugene Oregon NPR-Initial Ocean Zoning Maps Hem In Wave Energy Developers
"At first glance, the Pacific Ocean looks wide open and mostly empty. It's anything but on a digital map the state of Oregon has recently put online. The interactive display includes around 150 layers of data about existing ocean uses and natural features."
Oregon  ocean  maps  resources  sharing  spectrum 
december 2011 by pierredv
Zoning Comes to the Ocean - KUOW 2009
" You've heard of land use planning to shape growth on land. Now it seems the great, wide ocean isn't big enough for all the different interests that want a piece of it. The surge of wave power projects may be the final straw to bring zoning to the high seas."
spectrum  sharing  zoning  x:kuow  resources  oceans  Oregon 
december 2011 by pierredv
FCC Office of the Secretary
good set of resources, see e.g. Rulemaking Process, and Reference Sources
FCC  resources  tools 
august 2009 by pierredv
Corporate History - FCC ARMIS
brief descriptions of historical corporate events, such as mergers and acquisitions, which cause changes in ownership or corporate level of ARMIS COSAs (Company Study Areas)
FCC  resources  tools  ** 
august 2009 by pierredv
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