Topic: unlicensed spectrum
The Wi-Fi community continues to lobby regulators for more unlicensed spectrum.
Google says it has been working with Facebook to resolve concerns related to its waiver request for Project Soli.
The Wi-Fi Alliance is among those urging the FCC to quickly release a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for the the 6 GHz band.
Given the state of frustration over the 5.9 GHz band, maybe it’s time to leave it to the DSRC crowd and move to the 6 GHz band.
In the midst of a seemingly abundant “sea” of licensed spectrum, we see growing carrier investments in the unlicensed and shared spectrum bands.
The Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA) said it supports a proposed framework for spectrum sharing in the 6 GHz band.
Apple has been granted FCC permission to conduct experimental RF tests at its Infinite Loop and Apple Park locations in Cupertino, California.
A group of companies—including Apple, Facebook, Google and Qualcomm, among others—says it's time for a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for the 6 GHz band.
Apple is urging regulators to include more unlicensed spectrum bands in their plans for bands above 95 GHz.
Apple, Facebook and Google are among those responding to critics who poked holes in a study by RKF Engineering.