Washington, DC 20004
March 20, 2001
Ms. Magalie Roman Salas
Secretary - Federal Communications Commission
The Portals, 445 Twelfth St., SW
Washington, D.C., 20554
RE: Docket No. ET 00-258, Amendment of Part 2 of the Commission?s Rules to Allocate Spectrum
Below 3GHz For Mobile and Fixed Services to Support the Introduction of New Advanced
Services, including Third Generation Wireless Systems;
Docket No. RM-9920, Petition for Rulemaking of the Cellular Telecommunications Industry
Association Concerning Implementation of WRC-2000, Review of Spectrum and Regulatory
Requirements for IMT-2000
Docket No. RM-9911, Amendment of the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations to Designate the
2500-2520/2670-2690 MHz Frequency Bands for the Mobile-Satellite Service.
Dear Ms. Salas,
Today, March 20, 2001, Cheryl Tritt from Morrison & Foerster LLP and the undersigned,
representing Sprint Corporation met with Roy Stewart, Robert Ratcliff and Rick Chessen of the Mass
Media Bureau and Barbara Kreisman, Chuck Dziedzic and Brad Lerner of the Video Services Division.
During this meeting we discussed Sprint's positions in the above-mentioned dockets, as reflected in
Sprint's Comments filed February 22, 2001 and Reply Comments filed March 9, 2001.
In accordance with FCC rules, I am filing the original and one copy of this letter in the docket
identified above. If there are any questions, please call.
Jay C. Keithley
cc: Roy Stewart