NBC Universal, which got slammed with a $10,000 fine this month for using unlicensed walkie-talkies on a Law & Order set that interfered with real police radios, is one of the latest casualties in a radio spectrum crowded by an endless array of high-powered wireless products. Here's a look at other recent victims, some unintentional and some not.
THANKS, BUT NO TANKS
Garage doors nationwide started opening this spring--seemingly on their own--as nearby military radios began using the same frequency. Last week the Air Force asked a private company to devise a way to resecure America's airwaves.
SILENCE IS GOLDEN...