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••• As many as nine million Americans have their identities stolen each year. Identity thieves may drain their accounts, damage their credit, and even endanger their medical treatment. The cost to businesses &endash; left with unpaid bills racked up by scam artists &endash; can be staggering, too.
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----Since 1908 - the U.S. government has sold and granted licenses for the right to use the frequencies emitted into the atmosphere by the wireless telephone, radio, and television broadcaster. The amount exceeds more than $30 Billion Dollars.
----As the keeper and repository for the original Nathan B. Stubblefield wireless telephone patents and trademarks, 1898 and 1908 respectively, YOU HAVE ALREADY BENEFITED by the efforts of the Nathan B. Stubblefield Family Fund. NBS100 has been accounting for the billions of dollars worth of wireless telephone frequencies, various governments have been sellling -- since 1908. The NBS100 team has contributed to the the following successful research projects:
----1. NBS100 participated in the TVI Publications of the History of Wireless Broadcasting and the Smart Daaf Boys, 1991.
----2. NBS100 participated in the recent China Xingtv, Wireless Webcast VRA TelePlay production of the Ddiaries, a television series about Wireless Telephone, the compass and the SMART DAAF BOYS
----3. NBS100 participated in the 1992, 1996 and 2002 demonstrations to finalize the inclusion and relationship of the Internet with Stubblefield's firewire and Wireless telephone system within the world wide Internet system.

1888 - The Stubblefield Mechanical Telephone Patent No. 378,183, February 21, 1888. Click to Go To US Patent Office -- then Click Full Text to refresh page. Nathan B. Stubblefield and Samual Holcome patents their mechanical "vibrating" telephone system. The first permanent mechanical telephone installation was in Murray, Kentucky to demonstrate and sell franchised telephone rights or territorial deeds around the United States. MORE TIMELINE
1898 0508 - Wireless Telephone Transmission Coil Patent - United States Patent No. 600,457, Granted May 8, 1898. Click to Go To US Patent Office -- then Click Full Text to refresh page. PATENT WAS ISSUED TO STUBBLEFIELD FOR the ELECTROLYTIC COIL. The Patent was referred to as the: Electrolytic Water Battery, the Electrolytic Oscillating Coil, the Induction Coil, Earth Battery, Undamped Transmitting Coils, The Stubblefield's Electrolytic Detector

WHERE COMPETITION THRIVES
• • Wireless telephony presented, not only the greatest competitive challenge to wired line service in the 1900s, but at present.
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The failure of state and federal regulatory policy to stimulate meaningful competition in wire line services does not mean that consumers lack for choices in local calling services. Seemingly by the ends day, affordable telecom technologies and new applications come to market place out of nowhere, like Stubblefield's 1892 wireless voice phone, and today's wireless video telephone. What skewed Stubblefield's wireless voice telephone, was the name, and it's challenge to replace land-line phones with wireless. Of course history tells us, that voice transmission was held back by future war time regulatory frequency seizure to became something bigger and harder to decipher . . . the transmission of Dit Dah over "Radio" waves by Marconi. The "freebie" local Radio Broadcast station, took over after that. AT&T, at one time, claimed the rights to royalties for the ads sold.
Timeline Exhibit "E" / 1925 to 1934 - "Radio Stations / FCC formed / FOR MORE STORY - NBS100e Timeline "E" / 1925 to 1934 - "Radio Stations / FCC formed

Wireless Telephony
WIRELESS TELEPHONY PRESENTS THE GREATEST COMPETITIVE CHALLENGE TO WIRE LINE SERVICE AT PRESENT.

• • The wireless telephone still presents the greatest competitive challenge to wire line service at present.
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Cellular subscriptions have increased from just 92,000 nationwide in 1984 to more than 165 million today. • • 34
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A primary factor driving this extraordinary growth was the decision by Congress to relax the FCC's grip on the broadcast spectrum. In the early 1990s, the FCC had restricted the number of wireless carriers to two per market. The 1993 Budget Reconciliation Act, however, forced the FCC to auction spectrum for up to six carriers per market. Consequently, by 2003, more than 95 percent of the nation was served by at least three wireless services. • • 35
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This growth is entirely due to wireless carriers competing in the open market to build their own networks, with none of the regulatory management of growth that has characterized wire line competition. Opening the market dramatically lowered prices. The average revenue for wireless service dropped from 47 cents per minute in 1994, before the spectrum auctions, to 29 cents in 1998; 18 cents in 2000; and 11 cents in 2002.
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Simply put, the average price per minute for wireless service decreased by more than 75 percent in the seven years after Congress eased federal regulation of the spectrum.
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During the same period, average monthly cellular usage by consumers rose from 119 minutes per month in 1994 to 427 minutes per month in 2002.
• • In response to the "open market", created by DeForest RADIO TELEPHONE COMPANY, Nathan B. Stubblefield's Wireless Telephone Company and his All Purpose - Wireless Telephone Patent,, the DeForest Audion Patent, the formation of the CONTINENTAL WIRELESS TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY, 1909, and a few other newly filed wireless telephone patents, and to the burgeoning land-line competition, American Telephone and Telegraph (AT&T) began buying up the stock and patents of their bankrupt rivals. But AT&T's acquisitions troubled federal authorities, which began considering antitrust action. This prompted AT&T company officials to propose what subsequently became known as the "Kingsbury Commitment."
• • In 1907, Bell rivals, controlled 51 percent of local service, by 1911, 70%. Of course by that time, the customers of Murray, Kentucky's NBS company, the DeForest RADIO TELEPHONE COMPANY, and the assets of the CONTINENTAL WIRELESS TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. • • 07
Timeline Exhibit "A" / 1868 to 1905 - "The Land-line to Wireless" /
FOR MORE STORY - NBS100a Timeline "A" / 1876 to 1905 - "The Land-line Telegraphy and Telephone"

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Feature Story / tvinews News Convergence - This Weeks
MORE STORY - NBS100b Timeline "A"
MORE STORY - NBS100b Timeline "B" / 1905 to 1910 - "The Wireless Patents"
MORE STORY - NBS100c Timeline "C" / 1910 to 1916 - "The Monopoly"
MORE STORY - NBS100d Timeline "D" / 1916 to 1925 - "The World War
MORE STORY - NBS100e Timeline "E" / 1925 to 1934 - "Radio Stations / FCC
MORE STORY - NBS100f Exhibit "F" / About The NBS100 Report
MORE STORY - NBS100g Exhibit "G" / About the Act of 1996
MORE STORY - NBS100h Exhibit "H" / Wireless Frequency Sales / PayBack Time
MORE STORY - NBS100h Exhibit "I" / Wireless / PayBack Time
MORE STORY - "NBS100J" / PCI STUDY: CROSSED LINES: Regulatory Missteps
MORE STORY - "NBS100K" / NBS STUDY: Ddiaries - Follow The Money
MORE STORY - "NBS100L" / NBS STUDY: LookRadio - Follow The Money
MORE STORY - "The Movie" / NBS Film Treatment: The Movie - Wireless

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TIMELINE /CENTER STORY

Section B: TIMELINE / http://www.smart90.com/nbs100/NBS100reportB.htm
MORE STORY - NBS100b Timeline "B" / 1905 to 1910 - "The Wireless Patents"
MORE STORY - NBS100c Timeline "C" / 1910 to 1916 - "The Monopoly"
MORE STORY - NBS100d Timeline "D" / 1916 to 1925 - "The World War
MORE STORY - NBS100e Timeline "E" / 1925 to 1934 - "Radio Stations / FCC
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• • 108 Swiss Banks Payback Jewish Clients From $1.25 billion to Holocaust victim Fund - Denouncing Swiss banks for their "widespread betrayal of Jewish clients," a tribunal Wednesday awarded an elderly Los Angeles woman and a dozen relatives $21 million from a fund established to compensate Holocaust survivors whose assets were illegally - More Story • 108SwissBanksJewishClients.htm
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Section - Study A: / "NBS100J" / PCI STUDY: CROSSED LINES: Regulatory Missteps
Section - Study B: / "NBS100K" / NBS STUDY: Ddiaries - Follow The Money
Section - Study C: / "NBS100L" / NBS STUDY: LookRadio - Follow The Money
Section - Movie Treatment: / "The Movie" / NBS Film Treatment: The Movie - Wireless

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