So the biggest difference is that we are running 10Mhz channels, as are most 
everyone who are seeing problems. We have limitations preventing us from using 
20Mhz channels.

We moved 1 eNodeB into licensed 3580Mhz last night, on a 10Mhz channel, with 
nothing operating anywhere close to this tower. Still poor speeds. 
Unfortunately, my license is only for 12.5Mhz so I cannot try a 20Mhz channel.


From: [] On Behalf Of 
Skywerx Support
Sent: Thursday, September 22, 2016 8:09 AM
Subject: Re: [Telrad] [SPAM?] Re: Down tilt - UE drops

We have two centralized EPC's servicing 4 different counties.   Each EPC is 
serviced off of 10 gig fiber uplinks that tie our microwave network together.  
All 17 of the eNB's installed are located at towers with at least a 2+0 
licensed backhaul uplink. Latency from all installed eNB's back to the EPC's is 
1 ms with no jitter.  We are putting on approx 70 UE's per eNB and offering 
plans anywhere from 3 Mbps to 20 Mbps with a mix of business and residential.  
We are in the mountains so geographical isolation is a plus for us.  We are 
using 20 MHz wide channels with 1/1 timing and yes there is other 3.65 gear in 
the area ranging from Redline WiMAX to UBNT 3.65.  RF planning is a must with 
exact downtilt as to not, and I mean not to overlap other cells. This has been 
key for us.  We plan on adding an additional 8 eNB's in the next few months.


Justin Davis
SkyWerx Industries, LLC

On Sep 22, 2016, at 7:52 AM, Terry Duchcherer 
<<>> wrote:
Oh, and what kind of packages are you offering?


[] On Behalf Of Justin Davis
Sent: Wednesday, September 21, 2016 12:30 PM
Subject: Re: [Telrad] [SPAM?] Re: Down tilt - UE drops

Discrete channel?  3660 and 3690 if that's what you mean by discrete.  So I 
have 17 eNBs with 500 UE's combined and you have 100 eNBs with 1000 UE's?  I 
would say the shit is working well if I have half the number of LTE customers 
on 17 eNB's as you have on a 100 eNBs.  The reason for only 500 UE's on LTE is 
because we have only been deploying it for the last 6 months.  But I can 
guarantee you that our other 6000 customers will be getting put on it in the 
near future!

On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 12:22 PM, Steve Cole 
<<>> wrote:
On 9/21/2016 1:49 PM, Justin Davis wrote:
> We have 17 ENB's and almost 500 UE's online with 2 EPC's.  Its the
> only way we are scaling our network.  We are not having any issues
> except for a random reboot needed on a CPE here and there..  The only
> support calls that come in are for UBNT gear.  The LTE side of our
> network is quite as well.  We plan on turning up an additional 5 ENB's
> sometime this winter. Out of 500 UE's I have one sitting on the bench
> that needs to get RMA'd.  I'm extremely happy with the whole platform
> from 18 mile line of site shots to 3 miles NLOS through nothing but
> forest.
Sounds like you have your own discrete channel and a low user count overall.

We have over 100 eNBs and well over 1,000 clients on 3.65Ghz.

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