Verizon taps Tektronix for LTE network monitoring; Some TV stations are eager to sell spectrum

> Verizon Wireless said today that it will use Tektronix Communications' Iris software to support network monitoring of the Verizon LTE network. Article

> Germany's E-Plus said it plans to trial TD-LTE this quarter using 2.6 GHz spectrum, joining the growing number of operators and vendors supporting TD-LTE. Article

> Not every broadcaster is averse to selling off spectrum as part of an FCC-backed national broadband plan. In fact, there is a swelling of speculators and stations eager to buy, according to a story reported by reported by TV Newscheck. Article

And Finally... Scientists at two U.K. universities plan to use Wi-Fi-based networks to monitor the flow of glaciers at the edge of the Greenland Ice Sheet. Article

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