said by RWSI:LTE is the ONLY licensed, not primary licensed user of the spectrum
will never be resolved because the licensed LTE has primary usage rights.
Old crappy cable needs to clean up its act, using 30 year old coax is the issue here, but TW won't do a thing as there looking to be sold
said by guppy_fish:Having part of their cable network shut down by the FCC with associated fines and damages due to leaking all over Verizon's and other licensees' spectrum or otherwise reserved bands is not going to look good for potential buyers either.
but TW won't do a thing as there looking to be sold
So they either have to start repairing now to raise the company's valuation and reduce their liabilities or get devalued by some amount based on the estimated repair costs and risks. I doubt they can wiggle themselves out of this one either way.
| |quetwoThat VoIP GuyPremium
East Lansing, MI
Looks like TW needs to fix their cable system... If they are getting ingress interference, then they are also leaking RF like mad too. And if they are leaking RF, then I'm sure the FCC will be paying them a visit soon... Verizon is completely in the clear on this one -- TW's closed system shouldn't be taking in any interference and shouldn't be causing any...
Re: It's a Headend issue
said by Kalmus:Yes, it's a cable box shielding issue. There is a blog item about it with more detail on the Capitol Broadcasting corporate website:
It doesn't appear to be the HE. According to the WRAL.com article, the interference only occurs when a 4G LTE device and a cable box are in the same room.
4G lte + Cable = 1 BIG Problem
By Sam Matheny, Capitol Broadcasting VP Policy and Innovation, CBC View blog - November 7, 2013
»www.cbcview.com/2013/11/4g-lte-c ··· problem/
| |IowaCowboyIowa nativePremiumReviews:
It's an ingress issue Sounds like a signal leakage/ingress issue with the cable plant that TWC needs to fix. Can be anything from an open connection to a squirrel chewed wire. It's going to be a game of cat and mouse for TWC.
A few years back we had an ingress issue on our node that was a real headache for Comcast to troubleshoot.
VZ is in the right here, TWC needs to find the ingress point and fix it.
Maybe the homes themselves have faulty wiring or older RG59 cabling. I never leave open cable outlets in the house, I always terminate them with a cable terminator.
I've experienced ImOn (when they were McLeod USA), Mediacom, Comcast, and Time Warner and I currently have DirecTV. They are much better than broadcast TV.
I have not and will not cut the cord.