On March 22, 2007, XM re-issued the exhibit of repeaters, now showing only the repeaters that do not conform. The change was made to clarify the situation. Previously, complying and non-comply repeaters were listed together.
During the process, XM discovered that 10 repeaters previously thought to be out of compliance were actually in compliance. XM also discovered that 4 repeaters thought to be in compliance were actually not in compliance. In addition, 27 sites for which repeaters were not compliant, the non-compliance was mis-identified (should have been up tilt rather than down tilt, etc.). The revised exhibit corrects these errors.
XM also requests that it be allowed to re-locate six repeaters due to lease expiration or other site problems.
Hopefully, this doesn't reset the clock.
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