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                           Before the
                Federal Communications Commission
                     Washington, D.C. 20554

In the Matter of                )
                                )
QUALCOMM Incorporated           )    File No. EB-00-TS-236
                                )    NAL/Acct. No. 200132100004 
                               ) 
                                     

                              ORDER

Adopted:  October 27, 2000              Released:   October   30, 

2000

By the Chief, Enforcement Bureau:

1.        In this  Order,  we adopt  a  Consent Decree  in  which 
  QUALCOMM  Incorporated  (``QUALCOMM'') agrees  to  implement  a 
  comprehensive  compliance   program  to  ensure  that   TriMode 
  Portable User Terminals1  manufactured by QUALCOMM comply  with 
  the 911 call  processing requirements of Section 22.921 of  the 
  Commission's Rules (``Rules''),  47 C.F.R.  22.921.   QUALCOMM 
  also  agrees to  make a  voluntary contribution  to the  United 
  States Treasury of $25,000.  

2.        On August 16, 2000,  QUALCOMM voluntarily disclosed  to 
  the Commission  staff facts regarding  its compliance with  the 
  911  call  processing  requirements  of  Section  22.921   with 
  respect  to TriMode  Portable  User Terminals  manufactured  by 
  QUALCOMM after February 13, 2000.

3.        The  Enforcement   Bureau  staff   and  QUALCOMM   have 
  negotiated a Consent Decree that would resolve this matter  and 
  terminate the  staff's investigation.   A copy  of the  Consent 
  Decree is attached hereto and incorporated by reference.

4.        We have reviewed  the terms of  the Consent Decree  and 
  evaluated  the facts  before us.   We believe  that the  public 
  interest would  be served by approving  the Consent Decree  and 
  terminating the staff's investigation.  

5.        Accordingly, IT IS ORDERED, pursuant to Sections  4(i), 
  4(j)  and  503(b)  of  the  Communications  Act  of  1934,   as 
  amended,2 and Sections 0.111 and 0.311 of the Rules,3 that  the 
  attached Consent Decree IS ADOPTED.

6.        QUALCOMM shall make its  voluntary contribution to  the 
  United States Treasury by credit card through the  Commission's 
  Debt  and Credit  Management Center  at (202)  418-1995, or  by 
  mailing a check or similar instrument, payable to the order  of 
  the   Federal  Communications   Commission,  to   the   Federal 
  Communications  Commission,   Forfeiture  Collection   Section, 
  Finance Branch, P.O.  Box 73482, Chicago, Illinois  60673-7482.  
  The payment should reference NAL/Acct. No. 200132100004.

7.        IT  IS  FURTHER  ORDERED  that  the  Commission   staff 
  investigation into the matter described herein IS TERMINATED.

                              FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
                         


                              David H. Solomon
                              Chief, Enforcement Bureau




_________________________

  1  QUALCOMM's  TriMode  Portable  User  Terminals  are   mobile 
telephone handsets which are  primarily intended to operate  with 
Globalstar's constellation of 48  Low Earth Orbit satellites  but 
are also equipped  to operate terrestrially  in both digital  and 
analog cellular modes.

  2  47 U.S.C.  154(i), 154(j) and 503(b).

  3  47 C.F.R.  0.111 and 0.311.