The Cellular Telephone Industry Association (the CTIA) sued the City and County of San Francisco on July 23, 2010 in an attempt to overturn the City’s new ordinance requiring disclosure of the “Specific Absorption Rate” (SAR) data. The Ordinance is titled the “Cell Phone Right-to-Know Ordinance” (Ordinance No. 155-10).
So what is a SAR, anyway?
. . . → Read More: CTIA’s Worst Fear: Point-of-Sale Access to Consumer Information
August 5, 2010: Aleen Tomassian BS (Berkeley, ’10) joined the firm’s staff in July 2010 as Jonathan’s newest assistant.
Aleen Tomassian, BS
She steps in for Mr. Tripp May who is now on a three-year leave of absence to attend the University of San Diego Law School, and then to take the California Bar . . . → Read More: Newest staff member: Aleen Tomassian, BS
Attention creative wireless site planners: A truly twisted cell tower has risen from a mesa in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
This uniquely designed multi-carrier cell tower constructed in the Mesa del Sol area in Albuquerque, New Mexico, just south of the airport.
The architect for this site is Dekker/Perich/Sabatini.
This site isn’t quite . . . → Read More: A Truly Twisted Cell Tower