The Public Law Journal of the State Bar of California has published Jonathan’s Kramer paper, “A Practical Guide to Radio Frequency Emissions Safety.” The article appears in the Summer 2009 edition (Vol. 32, No. 3).
This guide discusses how local government agencies can properly and effectively deal with RF safety issues that come up in . . . → Read More: Major New RF Safety Practice Guide
It is the worlds largest cell site…no, sorry, kidding…it’s the worlds largest monolithic rock, for decades called Ayers, and now (again) by its traditional name, Uluru.
I took this photo about 48 hours ago, just before sunset.
This is a spiritual and quiet place (when away from us tourists).
(Click on the photo for . . . → Read More: No, it’s not the worlds largest cell site.
Report from Melbourne (pronounced “Mel-Bun”) Australia. Day 2 (since day 1 was mostly travel from L.A. to Brisbane (pronounced “Bris-Bun”).
Cell sites everywhere, but virtually none are camouflaged. Found only one today.
I’ll be posting photos in the gallery soon after returning back to the U.S. Maybe sooner.
-Jonathan (at 3:30 P.M. Sunday 10/11/09 . . . → Read More: G’day from Down Under
As you’ve read on these pages, I’ve been perplexed by how Clearwire is deploying its system, at least in Southern California. I’ve been writing about Clearwire’s deployment in terms of how many of their projects hit the planning desk as Sprint/Nextel site modifications, rather than as new collocations by this new market entrant.
I’m pleased . . . → Read More: Clearwire is Getting Much Clearer