Federal Communications Commission, as feared by aviation interests, yesterday said it would permit the marketing and operating of new ultra-wideband products that the aviation interests say could interfere with safety of flight. "The FCC is taking a chance," said Bruce Mahone, director of space policy at Aerospace Industries Association. Air Transport Association President Carol Hallett asked the FCC to allow UWB devices that operate above 6 GHZ "and avoid restricted ...

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