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Globalstar gets OK for experimental tests using TLPS

The FCC gave Globalstar the green light to conduct experimental tests in San Carlos, Calif., using terrestrial low power service (TLPS), provided certain conditions are met.

Service provider NFV, SDN investments to reach $21B by 2020, report says

Service provider-centric network functions virtualization and software-defined networking investments are expected to reach nearly $21 billion by 2020, according to SNS Research.

LoRa Alliance prepares to tackle Internet of Things with LPWAN

Don't look now, but there's at least one more industry group tackling the Internet of Things (IoT). The LoRa Alliance sent invitations to media for a Jan. 7 information session during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, where members of the alliance will be available to explain their mission.

Ofcom seeks comments on changes to UWB regulations

The UK's Ofcom is seeking comments on a proposal to change regulations around license-exempt ultra-wideband (UWB) devices intended to reduce the regulatory burden on stakeholders and allow them to consult on one set of regulations rather than three.

Lancaster engineers set sights on millimeter-wave milestone

While millimeter-wave (W-band) research is being conducted at universities around the world, the UK's Lancaster University is said to be creating the fastest outdoor wireless Internet connection in the world.


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