Keyword: Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA)
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.
Burned by the commission’s prior decision to reject census tract-sized licenses for CBRS, the Wireless Internet Service Providers Association said it’s keeping a close eye on developments related to auction procedures for the band.
There’s a Citizens Broadband Radio Services (CBRS) event today that’s garnering attention from large and small wireless carriers alike.
T-Mobile and Sprint formally filed their opposition to requests that the FCC issue a Public Notice seeking comment on the latest details of the deal.
WISPA is once again asking the FCC to open a public comment period on developments related to the proposed merger of T-Mobile and Sprint.
Google and WISPA are touting the results of a study that shows the viability of introducing shared spectrum between satellite earth stations and point-to-multipoint broadband systems (P2MP) in the C-band.
WISPA, New America’s Open Technology Institute, Next Century Cities, Tribal Digital Village and the Gigabit Libraries Network are supporting Microsoft’s petition for rulemaking on TV white spaces (TVWS).
Altice USA, Frontier Communications, Motorola Solutions and Windstream are just a handful of entities that told the FCC in no uncertain terms that they object to AT&T’s proposal for the creation of a new Category C antenna for the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band.