Topic: unlicensed spectrum
Theaters in New York City and across the country are sounding the horn about potential elevated risks of interference to wireless microphones and other devices if Microsoft’s proposals for TV white spaces are adopted.
CableLabs is working with Wi-Fi ecosystem partners to advance Dual Channel Wi-Fi, which is designed to improve the performance of Wi-Fi.
The Wi-Fi Alliance announced that it has expanded its Wi-Fi Certified Home Design program to include multifamily residential complexes like apartments, condominiums and townhomes.
There’s a lot happening with Wi-Fi, much of it in a way that will be integral to the fixed and mobile broadband experience going forward.
Tarana claims its Gigabit 1 fixed wireless access solution can deliver gigabit speeds over non-line-of-sight connections.
The FCC’s Wednesday order spells out steps it’s taking to improve the accuracy of TV white space data and bring some certainty to the tech market.
The latest round of comments in the FCC’s 6 GHz proceeding pits CTIA against a group of tech companies that includes Apple, Facebook and Google.
FCL Tech, a subsidiary of Facebook, is asking the FCC for permission to conduct tests in Menlo Park, Calif., using 6 GHz spectrum.
The mmWave Coalition wants the FCC to issue a Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to address outstanding topics related to how it handles spectrum above 95 GHz.
Qualcomm asked the FCC to designate part of the 6 GHz band to serve as a “playpen” for new technologies that incorporate unlicensed spectrum.