Professional Wireless Systems (PWS) provided frequency coordination for the multi-city 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup soccer cup in July, the company announced today.
Fourteen venues in 13 cities hosted various stages of the tournament. PWS began preparing its frequency coordination efforts about a month before the event via a website. All vendors involved used the site to identify the frequencies they planned to use.
This list of frequency usage was shared and coordinated with local SBE coordinators. All SBE-approved frequencies were submitted to the FCC for final confirmation, PWS said in a press release.
“Coordinating a single location was fairly easy, but coordinating all of the cities and parties wanting to use the spectrum was the biggest challenge for us on this project,” says Kasey Gchachu, PWS project manager.
More information is available on the PWS website.