Qualcomm is asking the FCC for permission to conduct some 5G tests in San Diego using the 3.4-3.55 GHz frequency range.
An appellate court sent the AWS-3 spectrum case against Dish and its designated entities (DEs) back to the FCC.
The TV white spaces (TVWS) debate is cranking back up again.
The FCC has opened inquiry into mid-band spectrum.
The FCC is still reviewing applications from nearly a dozen entities that want to launch more satellites into space.
The commercial optical fiber market is a large one compared to the free-space optical market, but the folks at LGS Innovations see that changing.
Apple shared concerns about proposals for Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA), noting that iPhones do not support device-based geotargeting for WEA messages.
Verizon wants to conduct a series of field tests using the 3.5 GHz Citizens Band Radio Service (CBRS) band spectrum in Irving, Texas.
AT&T wants to conduct more 5G tests using equipment from multiple vendors at one of its facilities in Dallas.
The CCA has deepened its drumbeat on limiting the amount of next-generation spectrum that the top wireless operators are allowed to consolidate.