Aperto receives WiMAX purchase order from unnamed Indian operator; HSPA+ phone accepted by FCC

> ­Aperto Networks says that it has received a purchase order from an unnamed company in India for WiMAX equipment based on the 802.16d standard. The "Tier 1 operator" is planning to build broadband wireless networks across India. Article

> A U.S. appeals court has upheld auctions of around $33 billion worth of wireless spectrum, claiming that it would be "imprudent and unfair" to unwind them now. Article

> An HSPA+ phone, likely T-Mobile's G2, passed through the FCC. Article

And Finally... Two men arrested in Oregon for shoplifting during a "Shop With a Cop" event for school children initially thought it was a bad time for stealing--with more than 60 uniformed officers on scene. Article

Suggested Articles

Skeptics say the risk of a network outage is too high to make 5G remote surgery possible but 5G experts say it’s not as farfetched as it sounds.

Celona is jumping head first into the CBRS arena, targeting enterprises that want a private LTE or 5G network.

One of the players in CBRS that hasn’t been making a lot of noise about its role as a SAS provider—until now—is Amdocs, which once was known for its wireless…