Cliff Leboeuf wrote:

Dustin, thanks for the encouraging support of my efforts.
Since we have been hired for part of this project, I believe it is my
RESPONSIBILITY to point out any known issues to the customer; and, it is
my responsibility to back up my concerns with hard date, not just 'my
feelings.' In the event that the data doesn't show what I know to be in
the area, I will at lease be on record for making them aware of other
5Ghz RF in the overlapping areas.

I am interested in any information that you are willing to supply for my

Again, thanks for all of the feedback and discussion in my topic.
- Cliff


I can appreciate that you want to give your customer hard data. That is understandable. But you also need to have a list of conditions and presumptions as well as exceptions.

Make sure the customer understands that the spectrum analysis is only good for the date it was taken and does not guarantee interference free operation in the future. The last thing you need is to have the customer pay you to do an analysis today and deploy 90 days from now only to find issues.

Otherwise...good luck with your customer.


Bob Moldashel
Lakeland Communications, Inc.
Broadband Deployment Group
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Holbrook, New York 11741 USA
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