We had an issue this week where we had a Power company have a 50K licensed band 
at 901.152 Mhz for power meter reading.  We have still a few older links that 
are 900MHz on Yagi's to individuals in deep woods.  I had to move channels all 
over the place as a 902-912MHz 10Mhz channel with UBNT does not have edge 
filters that don't pollute down to 901MHz.  So moving to the middle of the band 
cleaned up the noise on their license.

Now they are claiming that 10MHz channel width in the 900MHz ISM band is 
Illegal.  That the channel width is to be no larger than 8MHz. I have read all 
kinds of ISM docs from the FCC and I see no mention of max channel widths.  
They made mention of talking to the FCC if we didn't fix the issue.

Proof they are wrong any one?   This is a national company with a $10K Anritsu 
analyzer they hired in to find the noise.

Steve Barnes
Wireless Operations Manager
New Lisbon Broadband
765-584-2288 ext:1101

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