A group of satellite broadband companies is disputing arguments that Straight Path asserted about how the FCC should treat the 28 and 37/39 GHz bands.
How many people work for the nation’s Tier 1 wireless carriers? That’s the simple question this report aims to answer.
The world-renowned antenna industry research institution ABI Research recently released a 2017 global report on base station antennas: Antenna Modernization…
The Citizens Broadband Radio Service in the 3.5 GHz band may be the canary in the spectrum-sharing coal mine for the U.S. wireless industry.
EE says it is the first U.K. service provider to successfully demonstrate prestandard 5G backhaul technology using its “air mast” 4G technology.
Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure continues to tout the benefits of a potential tie-up with T-Mobile—or, perhaps, some other suitor.
Ericsson’s latest Mobility Report predicts North American consumers are going to use an average of 26 GB by 2022.
As of last week, Verizon owns Yahoo. Now what?
Skycom1 is using MetroLinq unlicensed 60 GHz products from IgniteNet to deliver gigabit connections in New Orleans.
Is Google’s Project Fi still pertinent in an unlimited data world?
Verizon is confident that it can replicate the smart city deals it’s doing in Sacramento, leveraging the know-how it amassed through acquisitions.