Topic: unlicensed spectrum
GeoLinks employees are literally putting out fires as they strive to replace damaged telecom sites throughout Southern California.
Sprint’s Günther Ottendorfer tweeted that Sprint has successfully implemented LAA, achieving 120-140 Mpbs.
Wireless operators can provide 5G services with spectrum bands both above and below 6 GHz—but that doesn't mean that all countries will let them.
T-Mobile will install LAA-compatible small cells in the first quarter of 2018.
Perusing the FCC’s 137-page document on spectrum bands above 24 GHz, it’s clear that not everyone is going to be pleased with how it turns out.
Given the relatively quick uptick in LAA, the industry has to ask itself: Was it worth the time and trouble to develop LTE-U?
Gogo is ready to start rolling out its Next Gen Air To Ground (ATG) next year, giving it a significant competitive advantage.
The FCC is getting praised for adopting a Notice of Inquiry that seeks comments on a number of issues related to midband spectrum.
The MulteFire Alliance is adapting LTE IoT to expand beyond mobile broadband and high-performance IoT supported by MulteFire 1.0.
Skycom1 is using MetroLinq unlicensed 60 GHz products from IgniteNet to deliver gigabit connections in New Orleans.