Use of were / where.


"When upgrading existing links, were neither 56MHz nor 28MHz channels in the existing band meet the minimum specifications, the planner will attempt to upgrade on other carrier bands."


From a draft of an engineering guide.

Question is, should the word "where", "were" or neither of these be used above?


FYI - Money has been bet on this! :)

asked Apr 30 '14 at 13:40 George Corcoran New member

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