The CCA has deepened its drumbeat on limiting the amount of next-generation spectrum that the top wireless operators are allowed to consolidate.
LTE in unlicensed spectrum talk has started to heat up again, and it appears we are going to see commercial networks using different methods.
NTT DoCoMo, Ericsson and Intel are among those in a new consortium focused on building an ecosystem to support self-driving cars.
Verizon filed an application with the FCC for Special Temporary Authority to conduct tests using equipment from Ericsson, Intel and others.
Nokia wants to test 3.5 GHz small cells in Comcast's home town of Philadelphia.
Sprint says its customers are experiencing better service from the company thanks to those Magic Boxes it unveiled earlier this year and other technology…
SK Telekom has developed a 5G repeater, deploying it in its 5G trial network near Gangnam Station in Seoul, Korea.
The Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA) says T-Mobile's proposal to eliminate GAA is damaging and contrary to the public interest.
In their endeavors to change the rules for the 3.5 GHz band, T-Mobile and CTIA are getting support from a very big fish: GSMA.
Paul Milgrom's proposed auction system is designed to mitigate the problem of stranded investments.