Intel Corporation

0530-EX-ST-2005

Status: Grant Expired Due to New License

WC9XGX
2005-09-02

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Application Form:
OET Special Temporary Authority Report
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
APPLICATION FOR SPECIAL TEMPORARY AUTHORITY

Applicant Name
Name of Applicant:  Intel Corporation

Address
Attention: John A. Hammond
Street Address: 2111 NE 25th Ave. JF2-15
P.O. Box:
City: Hillsboro
State: OR
Zip Code: 97124
Country: United States
E-Mail Address: [email protected]

Best Contact
Give the following information of person who can best handle inquiries pertaining to this application:  
Last Name: Cokenias
First Name: Thomas
Title: Agent for Intel
Phone Number: 650 726 1263

Explanation
Please explain in the area below why an STA is necessary:
The 3650MHz - 3700 MHz is a new licensed band being contemplated for WiMax operation, for which over the air testing is required. More importantly, however, Intels recent experience with other 3.5 GHz experimental stations will allow for a quick installation and deployment of wireless networks capable of handling data and VoIP. The Red Cross has requested such networking equipment from Intel and SBC in the disaster areas of the Gulf Coast, and an STA appears to be the quickest route to establishing legal wireless communications of this type.

Purpose of Operation
Please explain the purpose of operation:  Providing wireless Internet communications to some or all of the planned 225 Red Cross Recovery Disaster Centers in the greater disaster areas left by Hurricane Katrina. Intel, along with Microsoft and SBC, are working in conjunction with and at the request of the Red Cross to provide wireless internet communications to some or all of their planned 225 Disaster Recovery Centers in the greater disaster areas left by Hurricane Katrina. The purpose of the operation is to provide internet back-haul connection(s) to temporary fixed locations (transportable) within a radius of 40 miles, centered around New Orleans and centered around Biloxi, MS. This network will provide the internet connectivity for telecommunications, faxes, and internet access at the Relief Centers. The Relief Centers will contain publically accessable Hot-Spots (802.11b) WLAN

Information
Callsign: WC9XGX
Class of Station: FX MO
Nature of Service: Experimental

Requested Period of Operation
Operation Start Date: 09/06/2005
Operation End Date: 03/01/2006

Manufacturer
List below transmitting equipment to be installed (if experimental, so state) if additional rows are required, please submit equipment list as an exhibit:  
Manufacturer Model Number No. Of Units Experimental
Redline Communications AN100 7 No
Alvarion Ltd. Packetwave 3500 30 No

Certification
Neither the applicant nor any other party to the application is subject to a denial of Federal benefits that includes FCC benefits pursuant to Section 5301 of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988, 21 U.S.C. Section 862, because of a conviction for possession or distribution of a controlled substance. The applicant hereby waives any claim to the use of any particular frequency or electromagnetic spectrum as against the regulatory power of the United States because of the prvious use of the same, whether by license or otherwise, and requests authorization in accordance with this application. (See Section 304 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended.) The applicant acknowledges that all statements made in this application and attached exhibits are considered material representations, and that all the exhibits part hereof and are incorporated herein as if set out in full in this application; undersigned certifies that all statements in this application are true, complete and correct to the best of his/her knowledge and belief and are made in good faith. Applicant certifies that construction of the station would NOT be an action which is likely to have a significant environmental effect. See the Commission's Rules, 47 CFR1.1301-1.1319.
Signature of Applicant (Authorized person filing form): THOMAS N COKENIAS
Title of Applicant (if any): Agent for Intel Corporation
Date: 2005-09-01 00:00:00.0

Station Location
City State Latitude Longitude Mobile Radius of Operation
New Orleans Louisiana North  29  57  13 West  90  4  42 66.60
Datum:  NAD 83
Is a directional antenna (other than radar) used?   Yes
Exhibit submitted:   No
(a) Width of beam in degrees at the half-power point:   120.00
(b) Orientation in horizontal plane:   0.00
(c) Orientation in vertical plane:   90.00
Will the antenna extend more than 6 meters above the ground, or if mounted on an existing building, will it extend more than 6 meters above the building, or will the proposed antenna be mounted on an existing structure other than a building?   No
(a) Overall height above ground to tip of antenna in meters:  
(b) Elevation of ground at antenna site above mean sea level in meters:  
(c) Distance to nearest aircraft landing area in kilometers:  
(d) List any natural formations of existing man-made structures (hills, trees, water tanks, towers, etc.) which, in the opinion of the applicant, would tend to shield the antenna from aircraft:
Action Frequency Station Class Output Power/ERP Mean Peak Frequency Tolerance (+/-) Emission Designator Modulating Signal
Modified 3650.00000000-3700.00000000 MHz FX 1.000000 W 50.000000 W P 0.00400000 % 3M50W1D 64QAM
Action Frequency Station Class Output Power/ERP Mean Peak Frequency Tolerance (+/-) Emission Designator Modulating Signal
Modified 3650.00000000-3700.00000000 MHz FX 1.000000 W 50.000000 W P 0.00400000 % 7M00W1D 64QAM

City State Latitude Longitude Mobile Radius of Operation
North  29  57  13 West  90  4  41 Within 40 miles (66 km) of base stations located in some or all of the planned 225 Red Cross Disaster Recovery Areas in New Orleans, LA 66.00
Datum: 
Is a directional antenna (other than radar) used?  
Exhibit submitted:   No
(a) Width of beam in degrees at the half-power point:   90.00
(b) Orientation in horizontal plane:   90.00
(c) Orientation in vertical plane:   0.00
Will the antenna extend more than 6 meters above the ground, or if mounted on an existing building, will it extend more than 6 meters above the building, or will the proposed antenna be mounted on an existing structure other than a building?   No
(a) Overall height above ground to tip of antenna in meters:  
(b) Elevation of ground at antenna site above mean sea level in meters:  
(c) Distance to nearest aircraft landing area in kilometers:  
(d) List any natural formations of existing man-made structures (hills, trees, water tanks, towers, etc.) which, in the opinion of the applicant, would tend to shield the antenna from aircraft:
Action Frequency Station Class Output Power/ERP Mean Peak Frequency Tolerance (+/-) Emission Designator Modulating Signal
New 3650.00000000-3700.00000000 MHz MO 1.000000 W 50.000000 W P 0.00400000 % 3M50W1D 64QAM
Action Frequency Station Class Output Power/ERP Mean Peak Frequency Tolerance (+/-) Emission Designator Modulating Signal
New 3650.00000000-3700.00000000 MHz MO 1.000000 W 50.000000 W P 0.00400000 % 7M00W1D 64QAM

City State Latitude Longitude Mobile Radius of Operation
Biloxi Mississippi North  30  23  51 West  88  53  18
Datum:  NAD 83
Is a directional antenna (other than radar) used?   Yes
Exhibit submitted:   No
(a) Width of beam in degrees at the half-power point:   120.00
(b) Orientation in horizontal plane:   90.00
(c) Orientation in vertical plane:   0.00
Will the antenna extend more than 6 meters above the ground, or if mounted on an existing building, will it extend more than 6 meters above the building, or will the proposed antenna be mounted on an existing structure other than a building?   No
(a) Overall height above ground to tip of antenna in meters:  
(b) Elevation of ground at antenna site above mean sea level in meters:  
(c) Distance to nearest aircraft landing area in kilometers:  
(d) List any natural formations of existing man-made structures (hills, trees, water tanks, towers, etc.) which, in the opinion of the applicant, would tend to shield the antenna from aircraft:
Action Frequency Station Class Output Power/ERP Mean Peak Frequency Tolerance (+/-) Emission Designator Modulating Signal
Modified 3650.00000000-3700.00000000 MHz FX 1.000000 W 50.000000 W P 0.00400000 % 3M50W1D 64QAM
Action Frequency Station Class Output Power/ERP Mean Peak Frequency Tolerance (+/-) Emission Designator Modulating Signal
Modified 3650.00000000-3700.00000000 MHz FX 1.000000 W 50.000000 W P 0.00400000 % 7M00W1D 64QAM

City State Latitude Longitude Mobile Radius of Operation
North  30  23  51 West  88  53  18 Within 40 miles (66 km) of base stations located in some or all of the planned 225 Red Cross Disaster Recovery Areas in Biloxi, MS 66.00
Datum: 
Is a directional antenna (other than radar) used?  
Exhibit submitted:   No
(a) Width of beam in degrees at the half-power point:   90.00
(b) Orientation in horizontal plane:   90.00
(c) Orientation in vertical plane:   0.00
Will the antenna extend more than 6 meters above the ground, or if mounted on an existing building, will it extend more than 6 meters above the building, or will the proposed antenna be mounted on an existing structure other than a building?   No
(a) Overall height above ground to tip of antenna in meters:  
(b) Elevation of ground at antenna site above mean sea level in meters:  
(c) Distance to nearest aircraft landing area in kilometers:  
(d) List any natural formations of existing man-made structures (hills, trees, water tanks, towers, etc.) which, in the opinion of the applicant, would tend to shield the antenna from aircraft:
Action Frequency Station Class Output Power/ERP Mean Peak Frequency Tolerance (+/-) Emission Designator Modulating Signal
Modified 3650.00000000-3700.00000000 MHz MO 1.000000 W 50.000000 W P 0.00400000 % 3M50W1D 64QAM
Action Frequency Station Class Output Power/ERP Mean Peak Frequency Tolerance (+/-) Emission Designator Modulating Signal
Modified 3650.00000000-3700.00000000 MHz MO 1.000000 W 50.000000 W P 0.00400000 % 7M00W1D 64QAM

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