Keyword: Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA)
CCA, WISPA and other groups are pressing for a limit on the amount of spectrum any one bidder is eligible to get in the upcoming C-band auction.
The FCC will vote on CBRS auction procedures at its meeting later this month.
TV white space rules are in for some changes if the FCC chairman gets his way.
Google, CommScope, Federated Wireless and Sony have been certified to operate as Spectrum Access System (SAS) administrators in the 3.5 GHz band.
Pai was also interested in discussing the FCC’s Rural Digital Opportunity Fund (RDOF).
WISPA President and CEO Claude Aiken had his contract extended until 2022.
While the C-band has garnered a lot of attention, analysts note the growing power grab between Wi-Fi and carriers in the 6 GHz band.
As the industry convenes in LA this week, one of the big questions will be around how U.S. mobile operators will make a buck off FWA.
A small wireless internet service provider is expanding, having just acquired another internet service provider in Nebraska, and its sights are set on even further expansion in the heartland.
The court’s decision, which applies to both mobile and fixed broadband providers, drew immediate responses from all sides of the net neutrality debate, with each claiming something in their favor.