T-Mobile RF contact

Tom Beecher beecher at beecher.cc
Thu Jul 15 23:01:19 UTC 2021

It's more likely to be someone in the area. Friend of mine who runs a small
WISP has had similar problems with other companies who haven't been able to
upgrade equipment to Part 96 capable, yet still operate and walk all over
everyone else in the area.

The only somewhat sketchy licensing up your way is that Horry County
Telephone in South Carolina won some 105 licenses up there, and just
transferred them to South Park Telephone. Maybe a good reason, smells like
profiteering to me.:)

On Wed, Jul 14, 2021 at 2:43 PM Sean Heskett <afmug at zirkel.us> wrote:

> I realize this isn’t an RF list but was hoping someone on here could point
> me in the right direction.
> Does anyone know how to get in touch with a T-Mobile RF engineer?
> Our CBRS network has been receiving heavy interference from what we
> believe is a new T-Mobile site at an American tower facility.
> The equipment isn’t registered with the SAS and appears to be operating in
> the part 90 portion of the band 3650-3700mhz as a part 90 device and not a
> part 96 CBRS device.
> American tower has been no help other than opening a ticket.
> Federated is our SAS vendor and they haven’t been any help either other
> than telling us it’s not in the SAS.
> I’ve also done an application search in the FCC auction 105 (CRBS) site,
> but T-mobile must have been bidding under a different name.
> Any help is much appreciated,
> -Sean Heskett
> 970-846-8065
> --
> Sean Heskett
> Internet • WiFi • Phone • TV
> 970-871-8500 x100 - Office
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <http://mailman.nanog.org/pipermail/nanog/attachments/20210715/3b3c1548/attachment.html>

More information about the NANOG mailing list