AT&T wants to do 5G tests in Middletown, N.J.; South Korea wraps much-hyped spectrum auction

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> AT&T has asked the FCC if it can do short-range 5G tests at its offices in Middletown, New Jersey. Light Reading article

> South Korea has revived a project to build a navigation system that would be difficult to hack after a recent wave of GPS signal jamming attacks it blamed on North Korea. ABC News Online article

> Sequans Communications announced that Thales, a global leader in aerospace equipment and systems, has selected Sequans' LTE chipset technology to power LTE access devices for airplanes as part of the European Aviation Network (EAN) high-speed in-flight broadband access solution. Release

> GoPro announced two new mobile apps -- one creates GoPro-ish videos automatically and the other gives the user more control. TechCrunch article

> A much-hyped spectrum auction has ended up benefiting three bidders -- SK Telecom, KT and LG Uplus. Korea Times article

> Aiming to reduce Wi-Fi network troubles in the home, Spirent Communications launched a new Wi-Fi service assurance solution for automating installation and troubleshooting of in-home networks. RCR Wireless article

And finally… A Qantas flight in Australia was delayed due to a poorly named Wi-Fi hotspot. Popular Mechanics article