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Originally Posted by mpdonahue View Post
we have a separate person just to deal with that and frequency coordination. This is an extremely hostile RF environment and finding channels in our blocks was real work. Between local DTV, other venues and the Grammys happening down the street the wireless engineer is earning his pay.
Good RF engineers are worth their weight in gold. And the work is only going to get more complex and difficult as we as the FCC sells off more spectrum to broadband wireless and cell phone systems. Any young guys out there that want a solid career, start learning RF engineering and coordination.

I'm lucky in that Tulsa, Oklahoma is not nearly as hostile as the big markets. It's fairly easy to find 40 or so good channels on any given night and we don't have a lot going on in the area, other than City Hall right across the street.