Sep 02, 2022 - 10:51 AM
Generally speaking, it depends upon the type of lease and how you currently use the property. There is more justification for concern if you have a decent-sized business on the property or operate wireless equipment on site (besides normal WIFI). However, if you are a regular landowner with typical off-the-shelf equipment, there isn't much reason to be concerned.
Additionally, it depends upon the proximity of the antennas. Interference is less likely if they are on a tower 100' off the ground. If the equipment is on a rooftop, you might have more concerns.
With licensed vs unlicensed, generally, there shouldn't be much concern with licensed frequency use. The licensed spectrum is intentionally reserved so there is a low probability of interference. With unlicensed spectrum, anyone with equipment that the FCC approves to operate in that spectrum band is permitted to use that spectrum/equipment.
Again this comes down to how you use your property or reasonably expect to use it in the future. If you are a commercial owner with a large building, I would be more concerned about unlicensed spectrum use. If you are a rural landowner, it doesn't matter as much.
One thing to think about is that you may not have much room to negotiate this language with the carrier. They may require its inclusion.
Hope this helps, even if it doesn't give a particularly straightforward answer.