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Here is a some of my favorite networking topics --Mattwj2002 17:39, 9 June 2007 (UTC)

This is a good start, but I don't think we should be strictly a resource for network vendor certification links.

I'd like to move the list of certifications and so on to a sub page, and talk about what we are/want to teach here.

I simply propose that we contact as many of the contributors as possible and try to get all of this organized into a logical whole.

Here in the Topic: namespace is where people come together to develop learning resources in the (main) namespace.

UTC Public Policy Issues

The FCC is considering a petition to realign the 900 MHz band, which many utilities use for voice and data communications to support mission critical applications that affect operational safety and reliability.  The proposed realignment would create a broadband block of spectrum in the band.  While this could provide broadband spectrum which utilities need, it also threatens to cause interference to incumbent utility networks and would force them to relocate and operate on other frequencies, which could disrupt communications, impair reliability and impose significant capital and operational costs on utilities.  On balance, the threat to utility systems in the band would outweigh the potential benefits for utilities and other CII, and UTC urges the FCC to ensure that utility systems are protected as part of any potential realignment of the band.

The FCC is considering a petition seeking to eliminate restrictions in the rules that prevent entities from applying to use private 900 MHz channels for commercial services.  Here, the petition is proposing to provide machine-to-machine (M2M) services for smart grid and other applications.  UTC opposes this petition because it threatens to deplete the availability of channels for use by utilities for private wireless communications.

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