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  • By Howard - edited: May 25

    The FCC has announced that the 2.2 to 2.290 GHz band is now authorized for use by non-governmental space agencies.

    This should not cause a Wi-Fi systems any problems.  However, historically we have seen harmonics from other devices cause us problems.  Cell phones, for example, are known to (sometimes) cause issues at over a dozen frequencies.   

    IMO if you are near space launch or testing facility you might be on the lookout for network degradation in the 2.4 GHz band.

    https://incompliancemag.com/fcc-makes-spectrum-available-for-commercial-space-launches/

    BTW, regarding possible cell phone generated interference, the CTIA  publishes a list of these frequencies in their interoperability test requirement documents.   The list of frequencies may surprise you.  See this previous Forum post for more information:

    https://www.cwnp.com/forums/posts?ACC---Advanced-Cellular-Coexistence-124457

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