Inseego, the company that makes some of Verizon’s 5G devices, said that it will no longer manufacture its equipment in mainland China.
Midcontinent Communications (Midco) has filed an application to conduct a technology trial using the 3.7-4.2 GHz band.
“Protect America’s Wireless” has been formed in what appears to be an attempt to block the proposed merger of Sprint and T-Mobile.
Qualcomm says it’s clear that C-V2X is in the fast lane—including in China, where C-V2X is the technology of choice for China’s transportation system.
Verizon got the green light from the FCC to conduct CBRS tests in Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale, Florida, using multiple handsets.
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T-Mobile disclosed a major new spectrum deal with Sprint that the company said stands apart from the two carriers’ plans to merge.
Dish Network was among a number of entities voicing loud and stiff opposition to the Sprint/T-Mobile transaction.
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The FCC released the results of tests conducted to see if unlicensed devices could share spectrum with Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC).