The first six test labs bearing the “WInnForum CBRS Approved” logo for Citizens Broadband Radio Service Device testing have been approved.
WISPA took to Twitter to lobby for the interests of mostly smaller entities that want to use the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band.
Opanga Networks is trying to help wireless operators address a problem that comes from a small percentage of consumer interactions.
There’s still a lot of gas left in the LTE tank, and Verizon is demonstrating just that with the deployment of LTE Advanced technologies.
The Cable WiFi Alliance, although still in operation, appears to have stopped deploying new Wi-Fi hotspots.
The FCC unanimously voted today to seek further comment on ways to free up spectrum in the 3.7-4.2 GHz band, also called the C-Band, for 5G.
According to new research from Counterpoint, more than 10% of the world’s drones will support eSIMs and advanced cellular connectivity by 2022.
The FCC at its August meeting is going to consider a plan to move forward with a single auction of the 37, 39 and 47 GHz bands in 2019.
Licensed spectrum remains the lifeblood of the cellular industry. But which companies actually own all those spectrum licenses?
CTIA submitted a new report to the FCC showing how most countries are using a national licensing approach for 5G midband spectrum.