I got a WISPAPALOOZA related email from a TVWS vendor I’d never heard of
before. Still didn’t pique my interest. I think TVWS is now at best a niche
solution, maybe for monitoring “things” in remote areas.
From: Af [mailto:af-boun...@afmug.com] On Behalf Of That One Guy /sarcasm
Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2016 9:50 AM
Subject: Re: [AFMUG] i need an adult
is TVWS still a thing? I thought it was hanging out with the Edsel
On my original post, going through each customer, there was a marked increase
in usage overall, people coming in as it got cold, that combined with the
increased noise floor (cooler weather, corn buffer being gone) and whatever was
going on in the atmosphere and too many poor installs, it was a perfect storm
that should have been expected. pulling all the heavy users off to other
systems, downtilting APs, and lowering the maximum rate sold on this system
after doing the fresh coordination and implementing some of the recomendations
on configs seems to have brought it to manageable disaster.
Rumor is Rise is "upgrading" around Thanksgiving in the area. I would like to
see how baicell performs when that environment shows up. What is the deal on
the 1W and 10W base station with baicells?
On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 8:54 AM, Seth Mattinen <se...@rollernet.us
<mailto:se...@rollernet.us> > wrote:
On 10/13/16 6:46 AM, Ken Hohhof wrote:
With that tree scenario, do you still feel you’re protected from
interference in unlicensed spectrum, or if others start using the band,
will you be screwed with those signal levels?
In a situation where the customer is buried in trees, I figure the trees
will probably block most interference, but upstream may be vulnerable.
If it’s a “forest town” as you describe, are you counting on CBRS and
the spectrum database to protect against interference?
Forest of trees seems like TVWS would have a better chance than anything in the
If you only see yourself as part of the team but you don't see your team as
part of yourself you have already failed as part of the team.