EWA Files Reply Comments on 6 GHz

On March 18, the Enterprise Wireless Alliance filed Reply Comments reiterating previous arguments that this band supports too many critical microwave links to allow sharing by unlicensed devices unless/until the FCC can provide verifiable analyses that the use of an automated frequency coordination (AFC) system will allow interference-free sharing. 

In addition to EWA’s comments, EWA Chairman David Reeves of P&R Communications Service also filed Reply Comments. P&R’s 6 GHz licenses provide network connectivity for their wide-area trunking system that provides voice and data services to over 3,000 subscribers, including school systems, private ambulance services and construction contractors. In addition to its subscribers, these systems are critical to P&R’s ability to service and maintain many public safety networks it manages.  In its comments, P&R urged the FCC to test the concept of the AFC system before proceeding. (ET 18-295/FCC 18-147)

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