[FSG-public] 5.9 GHz is open for commercial users

Tom Schaefer toms at xmission.com
Sat Mar 28 17:32:45 UTC 2020

Yes we are in agreement. 


Principal Solutions Architect
Better Software Solutions, Inc. 

> On Mar 28, 2020, at 12:48 PM, Bryan Fields <bryan at flscg.org> wrote:
> On 3/27/20 10:56 PM, Thomas Schaefer wrote:
>> Hi Bryan,
>> I was just asking about the STA. I read it and the STA does not grant authority within 75 km of this area. I was not commenting on how it is can be a foot in the door with the potential for an STA to become permanent.
> We're looking at two sides of the same coin.  I'd agree Tampa and St Pete
> should be ok (Tampa's already been impacted by the DSRC stuff), for now.
>> When I asked what I was missing, it was about that the STA did not seem to impact this area because of the 75km restriction near government sites. Given a literal reading of the STA, I was not inferring all you put in your reply so you must have further information on those motives I missed—hence the question of what I was missing.
> I was taken by the speed at which it was granted. WISPA has become very
> secretive and the industry has become laser focused on getting spectrum.
> These small steps here with the lack of "meaningful response" from the amateur
> community will be used as the argument to take the band.  5725 to 5850 is
> unusable now due to the noise floor, and the inability to work with part 15
> users.  2.4 GHz and 902 MHz is even worse.
> 73's
> -- 
> Bryan Fields, W9CR
> Florida Simulcast Group, Inc.
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