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  • Garage Door Openers Stop Working On Entire Missouri Block

    02/06/2012 9:56:29 AM PST · by BenLurkin · 53 replies
    AP/KMOX) ^ | February 6, 2012 7:59 AM
    The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that no one knows what exactly is going on at Westhampton View Court. The garage door openers at all five homes on the court stopped working shortly after Christmas. “It’s a weird, weird thing,” Joe Sullivan told the Post-Dispatch. “And the timing for it all to go haywire for everybody at the same time can’t be coincidence, right?” Garage door companies say interference problems are common at individual homes — they blame what is known as “frequency pollution.” But experts say having the issue extend to multiple homes is just plain weird.
  • Demand Grows for Radio Frequencies

    04/04/2002 1:26:24 PM PST · by Tumbleweed_Connection · 10 replies · 4+ views
    NEWSMAX/upi ^ | 4/5/02
    The heads of the Federal Communication Commission and other telecommunications agencies Thursday began drawing a map for handling the nation's increasing demand on radio frequencies. The Department of Commerce's National Telecommunications and Information Administration convened the "Spectrum Summit" to discuss how private and government radio license holders could most equitably share the finite, crowded number of radio bands available, said Commerce Secretary Donald Evans. "This administration clearly understands the role spectrum management will play in the future of our economic security ... now more than ever, we're aware of its impact on national security," Evans told the gathering. For schools,...