Alcatel-Lucent has most competitive small cell equipment portfolio; xG Technology's cognitive radio networking equipment passes FCC testing

Broadband wireless news from across the Web.

> In-flight Wi-Fi provider Gogo faces a possible suit about recurring fees. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent has the most competitive small cell equipment portfolio, said Current Analysis. Release

> More than half of U.S. digital time spent is on a smartphone or tablet, says comScore.  Article

> AT&T will use Lower 700 MHz D and E Block spectrum for LTE Broadcast. Article

> Oceus Networks discussed with the FCC the benefits of adapting commercial 4G LTE technologies to military tactical. FCC filing

> Ruckus was tapped by four carriers to provide Wi-Fi within two of Brazil's largest soccer stadiums. Release

> ExteNet Systems was named the official arena wireless network provider of the American Hockey League. Release

> ABI said LTE will handle more data traffic than 3G by 2016. Article

> xG Technology said its xVM and xAP cognitive radio networking equipment passed FCC testing. Release

And finally… Apple Maps led drivers onto an airport taxiway in Fairbanks, Alaska. Article

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