CAI Harderwijk warns of interference from Tele2 network

Monday 21 July 2014 | 10:38 CET | News
Cable operator CAI Harderwijk has warned customers for possible interference to its cable TV signal due to the roll-out of Tele2's LTE network in the area from late August. The coax network uses adjacent frequencies, which could result in interference, especially in areas with poorly protected cables and splitters. The cable operators have previously discussed the problem with the government and mobile operators in order to agree remedies. Under the agreement, the MNOs inform the cable operators, which then inform their customers. The mobile operators will contribute to any costs incurred by

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: CAI Harderwijk / Tele2 / T-Mobile
Countries: Netherlands
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