Qualcomm wants LTE deployed on unlicensed spectrum; T-Mobile US rolls out LTE in 22 new markets

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> Qualcomm wants LTE deployed on unlicensed spectrum. Article

> Peregrine opened new lab facilities and expanded technical resources in the UK, Korea and China. Release

> AT&T's $10 million upgrade at the Denver Broncos' stadium includes a DAS with 325 directional antennas. Article

> Qualcomm's CEO says NSA fallout is impacting China business. Article  (sub. req.)

> NTT DoCoMo developed an indoor small cell that is compatible with the 1.5, 1.7 and 2 GHz bands as well as WCDMA, LTE and LTE Advanced carrier aggregation. Release

> Fairview Microwave announced seven gain horn antenna designs ranging from 1.7 GHz up to 40 GHz for various calibration and testing applications. Release

> T-Mobile US rolled out LTE in 22 new markets. Article

> Huawei opened a London finance center. Article

And finally… Vancouver is showing doorknobs the door. Article

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