Don Bishop

Don
Bishop
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Ancom Communications sets milestone as Access Spectrum’s first customer
Access Spectrum, Bethesda, Md., a company with licenses to 700 MHz and 220 MHz spectrum that it offers for use by private carriers and end-users under
Republican Senate may pass Homeland Security Department bill
Mid-term election results that gave the Republicans at least 51 seats in the U.S. Senate and that increased their majority in the U.S. House of Representatives
Oldcastle Precast acquires assets of Andrew Corporation’s Shelter Division
Oldcastle Precast, Auburn, Wash., has acquired the assets of Orland Park, Ill.-based Andrew Corporation’s Shelter Division, a producer of aboveground
Relm Wireless posts third quarter loss, predicts worse in fourth
Relm Wireless, West Melbourne, Fla, posted dismal operating results this morning at 9:45 ET for the third quarter and nine months ended Sept. 30. For
NENA picks veteran association exec to fill top staff post
The National Emergency Number Association, Columbus, Ohio, has chosen the chief administrative officer of the Information Technology Association of America
Kenwood exits Japan mobile phone market, forecasts profit in first half
The Tokyo financial daily Nihon Keizai Shimbun reported that Kenwood Corporation, Tokyo, halted production of mobile phones for Japan at the end of October.
Lakewood hosts Metro Denver WICS
Steven Kabelis, a senior systems analyst with the Lakewood (Colo.) Police Department, said that a JPS Communications ACU-1000 computer-controlled cross-connect
A year after 9/11, America still unprepared for a terrorist attack, warns new Hart-Rudman task force on homeland security
Highlight: "First responders' … radios can't talk with one another, and they lack the training and protective gear to protect themselves and the public
Family Radio more than a name
Although some radio dealers sell UHF Family Radio Service two-way radios to their business customers, not all look upon the practice favorably. A dozen
700 MHz monopoly?
If anyone could be called an evangelist for spectrum leasing, it would be Mark E. Crosby. As president of Access Spectrum, Bethesda, Md., Crosby spreads
Homeland Security Lab conference to cover radio communications interoperability
Speakers at a Nov. 6 conference, "Interoperability--Heading Down the Right Road,” will explore ways in which radio communications interoperability can
Ted Hally to head CommScope’s global wireless business
Ted Hally has been named executive vice president of CommScope, Hickory, N.C., and general manager of its Wireless Products Group. In his new position,
Security firm wants safeguards in move to reconfigure 800 MHz band
Wackenhut, a company known for providing security services including uniformed security officers, investigations, background checks, emergency protection
Cities safer, but where’s the money?
Highlight: ‘We are still waiting for desperately needed financial assistance from Washington to help fund further security improvements and support first
California throws support to ‘Consensus Plan’ provided someone throws money
Highlight: ‘The reimbursement costs cannot be bounded by an artificial amount such as the $500 million offered by Nextel.’ — state of California The state

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