Topic: unlicensed spectrum
Apple, Facebook and Google are among those responding to critics who poked holes in a study by RKF Engineering.
An organization with the middle name “Spectrum Management” is telling the FCC to reject an RKF study.
Adding to the voices calling for the FCC to leave the 6 GHz band well enough alone is AT&T, which says the band contains about 100,000 microwave links, many of which are carrying critical voice and data traffic, including for the nation’s first responders.
The FCC’s Office of Engineering and Technology is asking for public comment on Google’s request for a waiver related to the sensing technology it has developed as part of Project Soli.
The Facebook-led Telecom Infra Project (TIP) used Mobile World Congress 2018 to showcase its progress, but one effort didn’t make it in time for MWC.
Given the chance, T-Mobile is not going to turn down the General Authorized Access (GAA) portion of 3.5 GHz spectrum band.
Nokia is introducing several enhancements to its in-home Wi-Fi solution that are intended to enhance Wi-Fi performance and simplify network management.
A great American writer, Mark Twain, once said, “It were not best that we should all think alike; it is difference of opinion that makes horse-races.” This is a fitting quote for fixed wireless access.
The FCC is set to consider an agenda item at its next open commission meeting on Feb. 22 that proposes to open up gobs of new spectrum above 95 GHz.
SRG traveled to Indianapolis three times over the last nine months and found Licensed Assisted Access makes a difference in an operator’s network.