Churches suffer losses under new FCC rule
from The Christian Post
As the Federal Communications Commission seeks out more broadband space, the agency is being asked to consider possibly the largest group that would be affected by the move – that is, churches. Churches across the country that use wireless devices have already been affected by FCC's 2008 decision to auction off rights to the 700 MHz band. But their new push for even more spectrum is sure to create more losses and interferences. "I assure you the number one use of wireless systems in this country is churches," Reed Hall, director of Audio & Technical Production at Lakewood Church in Houston, told The Christian Post. "Ninety percent of them have at least one wireless system. You compare that to Broadway, which is like a three-block area."
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