Iota Communications Opposes LMCC 800 MHz

Iota Communications, Inc. filed an opposition to the Land Mobile Communications Council (LMCC) Petition for Reconsideration regarding the FCC’s decision to use an F(50,10) interference contour when coordinating adjacent 800 MHz channels separated by 12.5 kHz.

In its comments, Iota (which formed via a consolidation of Solbright Group and M2M Spectrum Networks, LLC) argued that use of F(50,50) curves, as opposed to F(50,10), would block incumbents’ ability to modify their system parameters. We are unsure how using F(50/50) curves would make such a critical difference, but the point may be moot as we understand that the FCC  will insist that frequency advisory committees use F(50/10) contours during their analyses of 800 MHz interstitial channels.   

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