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. -Mike > On Jun 5, 2017, at 08:17, Seth Mattinen <se...@rollernet.us> 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 > _______________________________________________ > Wireless mailing list > Wireless@wispa.org > http://lists.wispa.org/mailman/listinfo/wireless _______________________________________________ Wireless mailing list Wireless@wispa.org http://lists.wispa.org/mailman/listinfo/wireless