Qualcomm’s Matt Grob has left the company. Grob was Qualcomm’s EVP of technology and was a member of Qualcomm’s executive committee.
Apple is urging regulators to include more unlicensed spectrum bands in their plans for bands above 95 GHz.
T-Mobile said adoption of rules for spectrum above 95 GHz will facilitate backhaul for 5G.
Gogo is still assessing the impact of the Department of Commerce's ZTE order.
The City and County of San Francisco is working with Nokia and other vendors to evaluate LTE in the CBRS band.
Sprint’s executives said that the carrier is interested in adding millimeter wave spectrum to its network.
The Enterprise Wireless Alliance and pdvWireless are asking the FCC to consider rule changes in the 900 MHz band.
The FCC is seeking comment for an upcoming report on the 3.7-4.2 GHz band.
The founding director of NYU Wireless is optimistic the millimeter wave auctions this fall will attract plenty of interest.
Here are a few of the tidbits emerging from the pending T-Mobile/Sprint transaction.