Topic: wireless broadband
Cyient and Rohde & Schwarz
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
What will happen next in wireless? That’s definitely the big question. Within these pages, we hope to provide at least a few answers. In this, our second annual Predictions Special Report, we’ve again collected four of the industry’s leading, veteran, independent analysts to ask them what is going to happen next year and beyond.
South Ayrshire Council’s Kyle Academy is now the first school in the world to pilot a LiFi network within its classrooms.
Huawei, NTT DoCoMo and Tobu Railway participated in a trial of 5G millimeter wave systems for dense urban areas.
FCC Commissioner Carr has proposed a plan to streamline federal historic and environmental review procedures that apply to wireless infrastructure.
An investigation by the commission’s Enforcement Bureau found that the company had failed to deploy wireless services as required by the FCC’s spectrum licenses.
The FCC's new map shows that the funds will likely be spent covering large portions of the Western U.S.
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AT&T says as more customers purchase a mix of wireless and video services, it is not only lowering churn, but also increasing wireless revenues.
Imagine sending data over the air in the form of light rather than radio waves.
Sprint plans to support 180,000 low-income students with free wireless devices and connectivity.