I've heard most SCADA stories about how they use all kinds of watts to go a mile or two.  Most of the time all it takes is showing them how to do a link and not over power the crap out of everything.  (from what I have heard)

Brett Hays wrote:
I have a water tower near one of my 900Mhz ap's that's causing me a lot of interference due to the water company's SCADA stuff.  Does anyone know if the devices they use have channel control in terms of switching channels within 900Mhz or are they all over the place all the time.  I have a sense the water company might do some channel management with me, but I wanted to know if their equipment had that capability before I made the enquiry.

Brian Rohrbacher
Reliable Internet, LLC
Cell 269-838-8338

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