[NA-Discuss] State of US unlicensed spectrum

Michael Casadevall michael at casadevall.pro
Thu Dec 20 18:52:33 UTC 2018

I'd be interested in being involved in this; I'm a ham radio operator
and have work with data over radio services (mostly in the 2m/70cm
bands though), and opening up 6Ghz is interesting since it provides
very high bandwidth in a small amount of spectrum; 2.4Ghz is something
of a pea soup of RF, and even 5Ghz is getting that way now. The
largest problem with microwave bands is they're difficult to use for
backhauls as they're primarily line of sight but it's not an
insurmountable problem; I have contacts in the NYC Mesh group that
could help provide input.

On Thu, Dec 20, 2018 at 1:24 PM Joly MacFie <joly at punkcast.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I wonder if we could schedule a webinar on unlicensed spectrum.
> I saw that the FCC just released the NPRM on 6ghz,  (more) and it seems the telcos are diving head and shoulders into CBRS.
> It would be good to know the implications for community networks.
> joly
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