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  • CTIA Super Mobility 2016: Smart Things Show Their Brains

    smart-homeSeptember 22, 2016 Ernest Worthman Executive Editor AGL Small Cell magazine It is hard to decide which is more exciting; 5G, the IoX or smart technologies. But they all had a presence at CTIA Super Mobility 2016 to one degree or another. Smart technology is something tangible, whereas 5G will be an invisible network ... • Continue
  • Wheeler Promises to Foster Competition, Subsidize Service in Rural Areas

    AGL eDigestSeptember 22, 2016 —  By J. Sharpe Smith Senior Editor AGL eDigest FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler told an audience that the FCC is taking concrete steps to foster competition where it exists in rural areas and subsidize service in rural areas, which lack service, in his keynote at the Competitive Carriers Association’s annual conference ... • Continue
  • AT&T Labs Develops Wireless Broadband Over Power Line Technology

    AGL eDigestSeptember 22, 2016 — AT&T Labs has developed a technology that allows ultra-fast wireless broadband over power lines. The technology, dubbed AirGig, could eventually deliver low-cost, multi-gigabit wireless internet speeds using power lines. AirGig is in the experimental phase and won’t see field trials until 2017. It can run over license-free ... • Continue
  • Cable to Attempt Wireless Play Once Again

    AGL eDigestSeptember 20, 2016 — Comcast is working on a plan to make another attempt at being a wireless carrier, Comcast CEO Brian Roberts said at Goldman Sachs Communacopia 2016, held today in New York. Possibly sometime in the middle of 2016, a Wi-Fi and an MVNO integrated product will be ... • Continue
  • CTIA Super Mobility 2016: OEMs Strutting 5G Stuff, Drones Fly In

    rp_BC3S5164-2-199x300.jpgBy Ernest Worthman Executive Editor AGL Small Cell Magazine EDITORS’ NOTE: This is part two of a four-part series where we deep dive the technology display at the CTIA Super Mobility 2016. 5G had a significant presence during CTIA Super Mobility 2016, considering it is still early in the game. The 5G launch pad ... • Continue

  • Home Broadband, Wi-Fi Usage Study Foretells Future Wireless Trends

    AGL eDigestToday’s U.S. consumers expect a world in which they always have high-speed access to anything they want, whether it be music, video, or basic information. Internet and data access while both at home and on-the-go is inextricably woven into the personal, social and business fabric of modern life. Not surprisingly, home ... • Continue
  • The Middleprise Market is Beginning to Get Real

    mike-colladoBy Mike Collado Anyone who has read my articles or seen me present in the last 24 months has likely heard my opinion that the “middleprise” represents a once-in-a-decade opportunity for new leadership in the in-building wireless market. That’s because the middle enterprise – which refers to venues having between 100k and ... • Continue
  • Mobilitie Deploys DAS at Soccer Stadium

    September 20, 2016 — With all the major professional and college football stadiums built out, where does DAS go next? Maybe the OTHER football. Mobilitie has deployed a DAS at Toyota Park outside of Chicago, home of the Chicago Fire soccer club, which hosts more than half a million fans ... • Continue
  • University of Tennessee Upgrades Outdoor Wireless, Security Networks

    AGL eDigestIT professionals at major universities are challenged to keep pace with the network connectivity needs of students while addressing security concerns. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, believes it has an answer. The Office of Information Technology of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is using CommScope’s Powered Fiber Cable System to deploy ... • Continue
  • Small Cells? Maybe Later

    rp_don-85x135-189x300-189x300-1-189x300.jpg  September 20, 2016 — The balance that American Tower strikes between macrosites and small cells has much to do with the better return on investment it can obtain with foreign investing. By Don Bishop Executive Editor AGL Magazine EDITORS’ NOTE — This is the second of three articles revealing the different approaches to small cells ... • Continue
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