FCC Dismisses Cyren Call Proposal (11/6)
Monday, November 06, 2006 | Comments
The FCC dismissed the proposal for a public/private nationwide public-safety network filed by Cyren Call Communications a week after it put the plan out for public comment. The FCC said it is required by law to auction the 30 megahertz of 700 MHz spectrum for which Cyren Call seeks reallocation and assignment. Morgan O'Brien, chairman of Cyren Call, said the move will energize the public-safety community to express its support for the plan at the FCC and before Congress. "We know this plan will require congressional action," said O'Brien. "That's why we have been working with public-safety leaders over the last few months in drafting legislation, and we are confident that this plan will ultimately receive strong backing from Congress."

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