FirstNet plans series of open public meetings; GSA says LTE1800 is now mainstream

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> FirstNet will hold open public meetings of four board committees and the board itself on Dec. 16 and 17 in Denver. Notice

> Verizon boosts LTE network capacity using AWS spectrum in dozens of markets. Article

> Twitter signed up with U2opia Mobile to make its social networking service available on entry-level mobile phones via USSD. Article

> The FCC is pushing the 600 MHz broadcast incentive auction to mid-2015. Article

> Azimuth introduced an intelligent over-the-air (iOTA) platform for mobile device lab testing. Release

> Mobile Experts predicts 80 percent growth for small cell semiconductors during 2015. Release

> GSA says LTE at 1800 MHz is now mainstream. Release

And finally… Google Fiber stuck a utility cabinet plop in the middle of a Kansas City sidewalk. Article

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