Keyword: Licensed Assisted Access (LAA)
Now that 5G commercial services are starting to go live in the leading markets, we get a glimpse into operators’ views of how much value they believe they can wring from 5G.
One might say privately held Tilson is in the thick of things, 5G-wise. Its business includes small cell deployment, in-building coverage and fiber, and it’s growing like gangbusters.
Qualcomm asked the FCC to designate part of the 6 GHz band to serve as a “playpen” for new technologies that incorporate unlicensed spectrum.
3GPP agreed to start a work item dubbed NR-U, which will define how 5G New Radio is introduced in unlicensed spectrum.
With AT&T’s launch of LTE-LAA in eight new markets, it’s more than halfway to its goal of enabling LTE-LAA in at least 24 markets this year.
Wireless carriers have had a long and complicated relationship with Wi-Fi.
Qualcomm is introducing a 5G New Radio solution for small cells and remote radio head requirements.
T-Mobile and Nokia are clocking some impressive speeds thanks to licensed assisted access (LAA).
T-Mobile reports that it’s seen speeds increase 5 to 10 times since it launched LAA in the fourth quarter of last year.
SRG traveled to Indianapolis three times over the last nine months and found Licensed Assisted Access makes a difference in an operator’s network.