TIA developing a new standard for DAS cabling infrastructure; Towerstream selects Siklu's gigabit wireless backhaul for fixed wireless, small cell locations

Wireless tech news from around the Web.

> With TV white space slow to commercialize, the Weightless SIG is planning a new standard called Weightless-N for use in ISM frequency bands. Article

> Meanwhile, IEEE published a TV white-space coexistence standard. Release

> Google's Titan Aerospace drone company is hiring. Article

> BAE Systems' inflight entertainment offering for commercial aircraft will integrate Global Eagle Entertainment's inflight streaming solution. Release

> The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) is developing a new standard for distributed antenna system (DAS) cabling infrastructure. Release

> AT&T said its global SIM meets GSMA specs for M2M and connected device manufacturers. Release

> Google's modified TV white space database won FCC approval. Article

> The Open Networking Foundation unveiled an SDN skills certification program. Release

> Towerstream selected Siklu's gigabit wireless backhaul for use in fixed wireless and small cell locations. Release

And finally… Apple's iOS 8 keyboard anticipates the user's message, creates odd "Mad Libs." Article (sub. req.)

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