Hass, Douglas A. | 23 Apr 22:07 2014

[WISPA] FCC to propose new "Net Neutrality" Rules

In case you missed it:

 

http://on.wsj.com/1jC9dVR

The Federal Communications Commission plans to propose new open Internet rules on Thursday that would allow content companies to pay Internet service providers for special access to consumers, according to a person familiar with the proposal.

The proposed rules would prevent the service providers from blocking or discriminating against specific websites, but would allow broadband providers to give some traffic preferential treatment, so long as such arrangements are available on "commercially reasonable" terms for all interested content companies. Whether the terms are commercially reasonable would be decided by the FCC on a case-by-case basis.

 


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~NGL~ | 23 Apr 18:35 2014
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[WISPA] Relay agreement

I need an agreement that covers my using a clients roof to relay wifi to other clients.
Anyone have one they would share?
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Chris Fabien | 23 Apr 17:00 2014

[WISPA] BGP Initial Setup Consult

Anyone who is able to setup BGP routing on a CCR1016 please contact me offlist for details. We just got our initial IP allocation and need to hire out setting this up and some initial training. 

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Art Stephens | 23 Apr 01:57 2014

[WISPA] CANOPY PMP 430:

Looking for feed back before buying.
The site says 50MB/sector - 200MB/Tower
  I assume the tower one is four of these GPS sync together.
So if we need to do 5M down by 5M up per sub what would be the distance - number of subs per Sector.
It appears the 50MB/sector is for 5 mile maximum LOS but how many subs?
Simple math is 50 divided by 5 so we can safely have 10 per sector.
I say that because we have gone past the days of just browsing and sending/receiving emails/files.
Today's internet usage is steaming streaming streaming.
And at the same time seems we can no longer go 10 to 20 miles that we used to.

I heard these are not cheap units and want to make sure we spend the money for best performance.


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Rick Harnish | 23 Apr 00:38 2014

[WISPA Announcements] April 2014 Open Federal Communication Commission Meeting Tomorrow - Tune In

April 2014 Open Commission Meeting

http://www.fcc.gov/live

April 23, 2014, 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM EDT

Room TW-C305, 445 12th Street S.W., Washington, DC

The FCC will hold an Open Meeting in Washington, DC on April 23, 2014, on the subjects listed below:

  • Connect America Fund (WC Docket No. 1090); Universal Service Reform – Mobility Fund (WT Docket No. 10-208); ETC Annual Reports and Certifications (WC Docket No. 14-58); Developing a Unified Intercarrier Compensation Regime (CC Docket No. 01-92); Establishing Just and Reasonable Rates for Local Exchange Carriers (WC Docket No. 07-135):
    The Commission will consider a Report and Order, Declaratory Ruling, Order, Memorandum Opinion and Order, and Seventh Order on Reconsideration taking significant steps to continue the implementation of the landmark reforms adopted in the 2011 USF/ICC Transformation Order to modernize universal service for the 21st century. An accompanying Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking proposes measures to update and further implement the framework adopted by the Commission in 2011.

  • Amendment of the Commission’s Rules with Regard to Commercial Operations in the 3550-3650 MHz Band (GN Docket No.12-354):
    The Commission will consider a Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that would implement an innovative three-tier spectrum sharing approach to make up to 150 megahertz of spectrum available for wireless broadband use in the 3550-3700 MHz band.

 

Join us at WISPAPALOOZA 2014 in Las Vegas, Oct. 11th – 18th

 

Respectfully,

 

Rick Harnish

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WISPA

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Chris Stradtman | 21 Apr 22:02 2014

[WISPA] Request for information

Hi all,


I've been lurking on this group for a while, and I seem to remember at least one person in this group that is a lawyer that deals primarily with licensed frequency issues. I have a few licensed frequency questions that I would like to contract with someone to be answered.  If I'm misremembering, please forgive me for spamming this mailing list.

If I'm remembering correctly, could that person(s) contact me off-list at chris <at> chrisstradtman.com


Thanks in advance,

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Chris Fabien | 19 Apr 04:08 2014

[WISPA] Roku 3 Wifi Interference

Has anyone run into this yet?

The Roku 3 uses it's own dedicated wifi network to communicate with the remote control. If the roku is connected to the customer's wifi router to get online, the remote wifi will always use the same channel and cause interference with other wifi devices.

We just had an install today where the router was hearing the interfering SSID from the roku at a -22. And as you might expect the wifi performance was garbage.

Just one more thing to look out for and cause support headaches.

The workaround is to plug in the roku via ethernet, which will make it use the 5ghz band to talk to remote - of course that might interfere with your 5ghz CPE now.

Are IR remotes really all that bad?


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Jim Patient | 18 Apr 20:38 2014
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[WISPA] FW: MWC - New End User Submission

This is an EUS I did for my house.  You can see the minimum height needed in the links.  If you do a link on the site you can hover over the red text to see the path profile it runs.

 

Jims-omni isn’t a great example cause it is on the roof of my house.  I dropped the pin on the same roof as the antenna J

 

Jim

 

From: Jim Patient [mailto:jpatient <at> wifimw.com]
Sent: Friday, April 18, 2014 1:31 PM
To: Jim Patient
Subject: Fwd: MWC - New End User Submission

 

 



-------- Original Message --------

Subject:

MWC - New End User Submission

Date:

Fri, 18 Apr 2014 13:40:17 -0500

From:

<eus <at> towercoverage.com>

To:

<support <at> wifimw.com>



A end user on your towercoverage.com map site has submitted information about your services


Client IP: 172.25.0.149
URL: http://wifimw.com/CoverageMap/CoverageMap.aspx
Name: Jim Patient
Street Address: 100 Patient Way
City: House Springs
State: Missouri
Country: United States
ZipCode: 63051
Phone Number: 3147350270
E-Mail Address: jpatient <at> linktechs.net
GPS location: 38.405472,-90.572217
Where did you hear about us: Ubiquiti World Network
Preferred method to contact by: Phone
Best Time to Contact: Anytime
Comment / Question: testing EUS
Thank you, and enjoy the service!

jims-omni

jims-house (1)

Latitude

38.405485

°

Longitude

-90.572168

°

Ground elevation

150.5

m

Antenna height

6.0

m

Azimuth

251.30

°

Tilt

-44.95

°

(2) New Point

Latitude

38.405472

°

Longitude

-90.572217

°

Ground elevation

151.0

m

Antenna height

1.0

m

Azimuth

71.30

°

Tilt

44.95

°

Performance

Distance

0.005

km - 0.003 Miles

Received Signal

-11.32

dBm

Minimum Antenna Height for Rx

0.5 m - 1.64 ft

 

pinoak-east-900

Pin Oak (1)

Latitude

38.405806

°

Longitude

-90.574000

°

Ground elevation

193.7

m

Antenna height

36.0

m

Azimuth

103.44

°

Tilt

-24.77

°

(2) New Point

Latitude

38.405472

°

Longitude

-90.572217

°

Ground elevation

151.0

m

Antenna height

5.0

m

Azimuth

283.44

°

Tilt

24.77

°

Performance

Distance

0.160

km - 0.099 Miles

Received Signal

-70.44

dBm

Minimum Antenna Height for Rx

0.5 m - 1.64 ft

 

pinoak-north-5g

Pin Oak (1)

Latitude

38.405806

°

Longitude

-90.574000

°

Ground elevation

193.7

m

Antenna height

36.0

m

Azimuth

103.44

°

Tilt

-24.77

°

(2) New Point

Latitude

38.405472

°

Longitude

-90.572217

°

Ground elevation

151.0

m

Antenna height

5.0

m

Azimuth

283.44

°

Tilt

24.77

°

Performance

Distance

0.160

km - 0.099 Miles

Received Signal

-93.15

dBm

Minimum Antenna Height for Rx

16.0 m - 52.493 ft

 

rutherford_rtpr

Rutherford (1)

Latitude

38.412847

°

Longitude

-90.577771

°

Ground elevation

140.0

m

Antenna height

7.0

m

Azimuth

149.45

°

Tilt

0.42

°

(2) New Point

Latitude

38.405472

°

Longitude

-90.572217

°

Ground elevation

151.0

m

Antenna height

3.0

m

Azimuth

329.46

°

Tilt

-0.43

°

Performance

Distance

0.952

km - 0.591 Miles

Received Signal

-177.93

dBm

Minimum Antenna Height for Rx

>152 m

 

wt1-ne-2.4

Water Tower (1)

Latitude

38.398628

°

Longitude

-90.508897

°

Ground elevation

277.3

m

Antenna height

30.0

m

Azimuth

277.87

°

Tilt

-1.58

°

(2) New Point

Latitude

38.405472

°

Longitude

-90.572217

°

Ground elevation

151.0

m

Antenna height

5.0

m

Azimuth

97.83

°

Tilt

1.53

°

Performance

Distance

5.570

km - 3.459 Miles

Received Signal

-115.64

dBm

Minimum Antenna Height for Rx

22.5 m - 73.819 ft

 

wt1-nw-5g

Water Tower (1)

Latitude

38.398628

°

Longitude

-90.508897

°

Ground elevation

277.3

m

Antenna height

30.0

m

Azimuth

277.87

°

Tilt

-1.58

°

(2) New Point

Latitude

38.405472

°

Longitude

-90.572217

°

Ground elevation

151.0

m

Antenna height

5.0

m

Azimuth

97.83

°

Tilt

1.53

°

Performance

Distance

5.570

km - 3.459 Miles

Received Signal

-124.46

dBm

Minimum Antenna Height for Rx

23.0 m - 75.459 ft

 

 

 

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Jim Patient | 18 Apr 19:35 2014
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Re: [WISPA] Who is using Towercoverage.com ?

Ok folks,  we are still working on this.  We now have it set to auto run the rx side height on link paths (up to 200’ but will increase this soon to 300’ for max approximate PoE distance).  You will see on a link there is a Minimum Antenna Height for Rx.  If you hover over it. It will show the calculated path to reach your Rx side threshold.  We are assuming the AP side stays constant and the client side moves.  You would need to reverse the sides to move the AP side up. 

 

If you’re area has a lot of trees, I would suggest cranking up your land cover % on the trees to around 500% depending on your area.  The higher you set this the more forest loss you will see when it encounters trees.

 

I extended the WISPA promo code for those of you that haven’t tried this.  The promo code field is in the account settings.

 

Thx,

 

Jim Patient

Office: 314-735-0270

towercoverage.com
linktechs.net

wlan1.com

 

 

 

 

From: wireless-bounces <at> wispa.org [mailto:wireless-bounces <at> wispa.org] On Behalf Of Josh Luthman
Sent: Wednesday, April 09, 2014 2:19 PM
To: WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Who is using Towercoverage.com ?

 

I'm not talking about customers plotting where their address is.  What I'm getting at is if I have a customer called in, I'd like to just punch in the location and then see if they'll work at ground level or how high we need to get off the ground and see the signal change as I increment height.



Josh Luthman
Office: 937-552-2340
Direct: 937-552-2343
1100 Wayne St
Suite 1337
Troy, OH 45373

 

On Wed, Apr 9, 2014 at 3:16 PM, Clay Stewart <cstewart <at> stewartcomputerservices.com> wrote:

Josh. You can. Just put the web snip on a website. If need help can walk u through later today. Our websire customer lookup... http://www.towercoverage.com/iframemc.asp?mcid=1223&Acct=2910

On Apr 9, 2014 3:08 PM, "Josh Luthman" <josh <at> imaginenetworksllc.com> wrote:

I'm having a hard time adjusting to this from Radio Mobile.  There's all the same "stupid" interface shortfalls, for example wanting to know what a customer's CPE would be without adding a site and putting them in the same list.  I feel with technology as it is, it shouldn't be so convoluted to simply put a dot on a map and see what the signal would be from a tower while being able to adjust the elevation on the fly.

 

I'm wondering if there's another list/forum for this service, too.  There's no way I'm going write a bible of questions for support, it doesn't make a whole lot of sense for either of us.


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Direct: 937-552-2343
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Suite 1337
Troy, OH 45373

 

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Stuart Pierce | 18 Apr 13:26 2014
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[WISPA] Monopole for Sale

First come first serve for 8K or best offer.

http://avolve.net/monopole.htm for more information.

I have a 100' EEI monopole tower for sale, hardware, ice bridge. On ground in Millersport, Ohio 43046. Never
erected, supposedly 3 cell carrier, on the ground was 25K. To nice for my purposes. Make reasonable offer
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Chris Fabien | 18 Apr 01:28 2014

[WISPA] VOIP Security Consultant

I need help troubleshooting some fraudulent activity on our FreePBX system and implementing safeguards to prevent it happening again. Anyone who is knowledgeable with this please contact me offlist.


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