公共安全官员受到FCC考虑新4.9GHz提案的鼓舞

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公共安全代表对去年年底通过的4.9GHz规定可能被叫停或撤销表示乐观,因为FCC委员正考虑一项修正案,许多消息人士认为,这项修正案是暂停4.9GHz规定的命令,将允许各州向商业实体租赁长期的公共安全电波

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几家公共安全组织投票时反对这一举措。

考虑到秋季的党内投票,许多环城消息人士预计,4.9GHz的秩序将被联邦通信委员会最终的民主党多数推翻或显著改变。

公共安全代表如杰夫·约翰逊PSSA的一位领导人说,他们对FCC发行的4.9ghz产品感到鼓舞

公共安全代表对去年年底通过的4.9GHz规定可能被叫停或撤销表示乐观,因为FCC委员正考虑一项修正案,许多消息人士认为,这项修正案是暂停4.9GHz规定的命令,将允许各州向商业实体租赁长期的公共安全电波

上周,美国联邦通信委员会(FCC)发布消息称,其4.9ghz指令卷宗07-100的修正案正委员中分发,为可能就此事进行的投票做准备去年秋天,联邦通信委员会以3比2的票数通过了共和党占多数的政党路线,允许各州向商业实体租赁4.9GHz频谱,尽管近二十年来,无线电波一直被指定用于公共安全

几家公共安全组织投票时反对这一举措。公共安全频谱联盟(PSSA)12月底提交了请愿书>

考虑到秋季的党内投票,许多环城消息人士预计,4.9GHz的秩序将被联邦通信委员会(FCC)最终的民主党多数推翻或显著改变。然而,民主党的多数还不存,因为FCC党派基础上仍然是2比2,民主党人杰西卡·罗森沃尔塞尔(Jessica Rosenworcel)担任代理主席。拜登总统没有提名任何人来填补委员会的第五个席位

公共安全代表如杰夫·约翰逊(Jeff Johnson)PSSA的一位领导人说,他们对FCC发行的4.9ghz产品感到鼓舞

约翰逊接受IWCE《紧急通讯》的采访时说:“公共安全界对委员们如何让公共安全部门倾听我们的需求和关切表示赞赏。”他引用了最近与共和党委员布伦丹•卡尔和纳森•西明顿举行的公共安全网络研讨会的话

“我们乐观地认为,委员会将批准公共安全的停留,并给我们一个机会,重新创造一个记录,反映我们的需要。”

国家公共安全电信委员会(NPSTC)主席拉尔夫•哈勒(ralphhaller)也表达了这种观点。NPSTC是一个公共安全组织的联合会,它还就去年秋天批准的4.9ghz指令向FCC提交了重新审议申请

“我再高兴不过了,”哈勒接受IWCE的紧急通讯采访时说基本上,我认为欧盟委员会试图通过市场力量来授权它,这是朝着错误的方向走的。过去,这从来不是一种许可或分配公共安全频谱的方式,我认为这里这样做是不对的。因此,我很高兴委员会正重新审议。”

 

英文译文:

Public-safety representatives are expressing optimism that 4.9 GHz rules passed late last year could be halted or reversed, as FCC commissioners are considering an amendment that many sources believe is stay order suspending the 4.9 GHz rules that would let states lease the longtime public-safety airwave to commercial entities.

Last week, the FCC posted that an amendment to its 4.9 GHz order—docket 07-100—is being circulated among commissioners in preparation for a potential vote on the matter. Last fall, the FCC voted 3-2 along party lines—Republicans held the majority at the time—to let states lease 4.9 GHz spectrum to commercial entities, although the airwaves had been designated for public-safety use for almost two decades.

Several public-safety organizations opposed the move at the time of the vote. Public Safety Spectrum Alliance (PSSA) in late December filed petitions asking the FCC to reconsider the 4.9 GHz order. That petition did not generate any new responses opposing the reconsideration in the FCC’s online filing system.

Given the party-line vote in the fall, many Beltway sources have anticipated that 4.9 GHz order would be reversed or altered significantly by an eventual Democratic majority at the FCC. However, that Democratic majority does not exist yet, as the FCC remains 2-2 on a partisan basis, with Democrat Jessica Rosenworcel serving as acting chairwoman. President Joe Biden has not nominated anyone to fill the fifth seat on the commission.

Public-safety representatives like Jeff Johnson—one of the leaders of the PSSA—said they are encouraged by the fact that FCC has a 4.9 GHz item on circulation.

“The public-safety community is appreciative of how the commissioners have engaged public safety to hear our needs and our concerns,” Johnson said during an interview with , citing recent public-safety webinars conducted with Republican Commissioners Brendan Carr and Nathan Simington.

“We’re optimistic that the commission will grant the stay to public safety and give us an opportunity to re-create a record that reflects our needs.”

This sentiment was echoed by Ralph Haller, chairman of the National Public Safety Telecommunications Council (NPSTC)—a federation of public-safety organizations that also filed a petition for reconsideration with the FCC about the 4.9 GHz order approved last fall.

“I couldn’t be more pleased,” Haller said during an interview with . “I believe the commission was going in the wrong direction in trying to license it by marketplace forces, basically. It’s never been a way to license or allocate public-safety spectrum in the past, and I don’t believe it was the right thing to do here. So, I’m pleased that the commission is revisiting it.”

 

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