And also non-WISPS, such as Comcast/Xfinity and every tom, dick and harry 
router manafacturer. It'll end up heavily congested with crap, just like 5 Ghz, 
and become useless.

We'd be shooting ourselves in the foot if we did that.


> On Jun 5, 2017, at 08:17, Seth Mattinen <> wrote:
>> On 6/5/17 8:04 AM, Mark Radabaugh wrote:
>> Read it again.   PTP links are protected in 6Ghz, and would continue to be 
>> protected.   Not yet determined (and this is a very long process) is how new 
>> PTP links would be established.
>> WISPA’s long standing and continuing policy is to advocate for more 
>> unlicensed spectrum.   It has to come from somewhere,
> What's going to happen here is you will have two groups: WISPs that use 
> 6GHz PTP that appreciate part 101, and WISPs that don't care about 6GHz 
> PTP and just want more unlicensed sandbox.
> That's fine that it has to come from somewhere, but WISPA should not 
> support taking it from places where harm will be made to WISPs, now or 
> in the future.
> ~Seth
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