Redline makes a product that is both very real and performs.  Not as
expensive as those others, but  ubnt guys don't even apply, LTE and Cambium
450 guys should be able to swallow that pill but it's bazillion times past
anything carlson or airspan have made yet and it's real company that
answers the damn phone!  It's been a regulatory nightmare, but 900mhz does.
not. come. close. to going where this goes.

Y'all need to be fighting for this and not giving up so easily because it
CANNOT sit dead on the vine like this, and unfortunately for me, I'm not in
FCC land so all I can do is flail my arms and tell you to push.  Get the TV
guys kicked out so you can have the channel sizes (via bonding) and this
stuff will be amazing.

Our test deployment has been fantastic and we have dozens of places I wish
we could just start slapping it up.

-Steve D

On Fri, Mar 2, 2018 at 7:53 AM, Jeremy <> wrote:

> We have one 5MHz channel available in our area, the rest was all claimed
> by wireless microphones - I am guessing by the University.
> On Fri, Mar 2, 2018 at 6:40 AM, Mark Radabaugh <> wrote:
>> Too little, too late.  5Mhz (usable) channels.  Even with bonding
>> multiple channels together it’s not much bandwidth.   NAB successfully
>> killed it by insisting on way too strict OOB filtering.  Carlson didn’t
>> help it any with vaporware.  And now we have NAB running around saying
>> shared spectrum is a bad model because it didn’t work in whitespace.
>> Sometime you can’t win.
>> Mark
>> On Mar 1, 2018, at 11:57 PM, TJ Trout <> wrote:
>> The equipment never really made it to market, I think because of the poor
>> rules and the jack of spectrum... dead unless you want to do IOT type of
>> stuff, isn't really qualified for broadband when your AP can only do
>> 3-20mbps in 2018
>> On Thu, Mar 1, 2018 at 6:34 PM, Steve Jones <>
>> wrote:
>>> This was supposed to be like putting a monkey in shoes, but then it went
>>> silent, is it essentially a dead duck or is there still something
>>> happenning?

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