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TVInews - 109 Michael Powell / The NBS $27 Billion Dollar Regulatory Seizure Question -- with Troy Cory. - (5min.) - PROMO QT Webcast - Interview and Q& A took place in Los Angeles California, October 24th, 2005.
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1. Feature Story / On October 24th, 2005. The Michael Powell - Troy Cory NBS $27 Billion Dollar Regulatory Seizure Question Was Asked and Answered. The frequencies seized in 1910 by regulatory authority, was held valid, but payment was never made to the Patent owners. VATS: Video, Audio, Text: READ While You LISTEN: You can follow the Video Webcast with the following scripted text of the event. (5min.) - This is a PROMO QT Webcast in which you must download iTune Quicktime to view.

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 Michael Powell Introduction: "Regulating the last mile":
• • The one great thing taking place in my mind is the great confluance of two remarkable trends that finally came together.
• •
The first trend is really the analog communication revolution. When Elliot Maxwell in the 1800s, mastered the mathematics associated with moving electrons, he unleashed the ability of mankind to communicate electronically through an analog communication systems of what was born was the Internet, ah . . . the telegram and telephone and then Marconi solved a similar problem in creating the opportunity to do the same thing over the airwaves in the form of broadcasting.
The interesting thing about those systems is that their goal was to create a signal that was analogous to what went in thus the name analog so when I spoke into this microphone it was the science of having some facsimile, some reasonable approximation of what I said come out the speakers at the other end. It was a very A to B linear system.
And even today while the public switched telephone network it's got to be one of the greatest engineering marbles, it's still fundamentally very sophisticated tin can and string [theory]. I hate when I say that (laughter) . . . and in any ways that system was the most highly centralized system in the world . . . in which the intelligence of that network resides exclusively within the sole monopoly with state sponsorship, Ma Bell.
• • Troy:
(David Fiske, media director of the FCC said inaudible) . . . "the inventor of the wireless telephone was Nathan B. Stubblefield . . . and I asked him, I said well, how come nobody's bothered to pay Nathan B. Stubblefield for his innovation and for the patent for the wireless telephone and that's what we are speaking about today."
• • Powell:
High competition. Most of regulations for a hundred years what I call the last mile problem. One guy had the only pipe inside (the house or office) Well, that's ...you know, that's monopoly that's a bottle-neck, that's a mess. So one of the things ought to be committed to is . . . lots of pipes if we can get them.
I mean already just cable broadband and DSL has created a better dynamic that we ever had in the phone system, in terms of price, competition and wars, innovation and services, but the real magic comes when we get three . . . I am an anti-trust lawyer and I know. You get 3 fighting each other they really start to fight each other . . . (Laugh) . . . and I would love the broadband power line which is in 96 or something percent of homes in America . . . to be one of the 3 powerhouses.
• • Troy:
I talked to David Fiske, media director of the FCC, and he had a lot of good, great things to say about you. You brought in over 28 billion dollars during your tenure and ah . . . he said there is something else, I expect another 18 billion by the year 1910.
. . . He also said -- the inventor of the wireless telephone was Nathan B. Stubblefield . . . and I asked him, I said, well . . . how come nobody's bothered to pay Nathan B. Stubblefield for his innovation and the patent for the wireless telephone and that's what we are speaking about today . . . and I wanted to . . . ah . . . get a few thoughts about what you think about paying . . . ah the government paying . . . ah the innovators . . . and the innovators here in this room -- for their services rendered for their frequencies and spectrums.
• • Powell:
(and the spectrum I don't know if it was . . . inaudible)
. . . private property model in which the rights of said individuals, citizens as holders of that property . . . ah . . . have rights and any disputes would be reconciled the same way the property disputes are . . . ah . . . through laws in litigation hm . . . or the government could confiscate the property and make it a public good . . . which is what it did a long time ago.
Ah, . . . I won't offer a valued opinion of whether that was the right choice or only this to say that . . . to this date the courts have validated that choice and there is no legal question about whether the spectrum is the property of the government . . . or the property of private citizens or the patent holders . . . (referring to spectrums and frequencies not to the payment to NBS for their frequencies that were sold by the U.S. Government since 1996).
. . . and I apologize I don't know the specifics of the patent or what specifically they're linked in but I think . . . I think that debate while really interesting intellectually, is lost a long time ago (referring to spectrums and frequencies not to the payment to Nathan B. Stubblefield and the other Smart-Daaf boys for their frequencies that were sold by the U.S. Government since 1996)

• • Troy: Thank You.
• • Powell: You're very welcome.
• • Powell: Otherwise I didn't bring in that much money, that's . . . I think those numbers are of the entire FCC history.
• • Troy: Too high or too low?
• • Powell: I would, I hope I brought in that much, but . . . (laugh) wow, they didn't pay me any of it either (laugh) . . . $135,000 a year.
• • Troy: You want a little action.
• • Powell: Exactly.

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"Will Congress preempt or suppliment the FCC decision . . ." -- Mark Sovol

"There's a vast contrast between the definition of spark EM waves and continuous EM waves -- sparks can transmit only dit dah, burst and the other -- VATs: voice, music and text."

According to recent reports, Telephony has been around for 130 years, since 1862 to be exact, and WiFi has been around for a couple of years in the disguise of Wireless Telephony - since 1892. The term WiFi was original FiWi, to symbolize FireWire.

"The NBS wireless telephone frequencies transmitted by the NBS wireless telephone, were deemed so sensivive in 1908, that the wireless telephone was banned to certain countries, including Germany. It was controlled by the U.S. Army Signal Corps." -- The Smart-Daaf Boy - 1992.

"The Wireless Telephone was not created a little below radio, rather after 100 years, we have finally evolved the radio into a status only slightly higher than what is described in Webster's Dictionary."

"Nathan Stubblefield's view, as well as Nikola Testla's include: both one way radio transmissions, as well as two way interaction radios, are so wholly infused. Combining his ground (induction) antenna, and the microphone together, he created the wireless telephone, in 1892. By 1920, he was able to integrate vision into his wireless telephone system in which he called Lookradio. WNBStv, transmitted WiFi and VoIP over the Internet in 1992." -- Victor Caballero.

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