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  • Wireless Infrastructure Show – 5G, IoX, M2M, LPWAN Find a Place at the Table

    AGL eDigestMay 24, 2017 By Ernest Worthman Executive Editor, Applied Wireless Technology It is always interesting to see the evolution of technology at the Wireless Infrastructure Show from year to year and do a recap of the day’s events. But that is too easy and that is what the other publications in our space ... • Continue
  • FCC Searches for Solutions to Impass for Twilight Towers, Other Siting Issues

    May 24, 2017 By J. Sharpe Smith Senior Editor, AGL Media Group While FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly expressed frustration at the pace of change at the Commission in during his tenure, he expressed optimism that under a new chairman the wireless industry will see some action on longstanding issues in his afternoon keynote ... • Continue
  • Zayo’s Caruso Calls on Wireless Industry to Collaborate on 5G

    AGL eDigestMay 23, 2017 By J. Sharpe Smith Senior Editor, AGL eDigest After wondering aloud why a wireline company was invited to speak at a wireless conference, Dan Caruso, president and CEO of Zayo, quickly noted the importance of wireline companies to the success of wireless companies in the deployment of 5G in his ... • Continue
  • USA Telecom Insurance Services First Marketing Partner for TIRAP

    AGL eDigestMay 22, 2017 —  USA Telecom Insurance Services (USATIS) has become the National Marketing Partner for Apprenticeship Outreach for the Telecommunication Industry Registered Apprenticeship Program (TIRAP). USATIS will be joining the National Sponsor, the Wireless Infrastructure Association (WIA), in the role of expanding this widely-beneficial credentialed apprenticeship program across the wireless ... • Continue
  • T-Mobile Looking Closely at Sprint Hook Up

    May 22, 2017 —  By J. Sharpe Smith — Senior Editor, AGL’s eDigest — Representatives of T-Mobile promised at the 4th Annual MoffettNathanson Media & Communications Summit, held last week in New York, that any M&A activity would only be executed if shareholder value could be maximized. Then they engaged in a very ... • Continue

  • Tower Titans Debate Macro Sites Versus Small Cells

    May 24, 2017 —  By Don Bishop — Executive Editor, AGL Magazine — When it comes to macro towers versus small cells, for large tower company leaders who spoke about it during the Wireless Infrastructure Show, there is no versus. For Steven Marshall of American Tower, for example, small cells deployed in urban ... • Continue
  • Industry Veteran Grimes Launches Enterprise DAS Company

    AGL eDigestMay 23, 2017 — Former inSite Wireless Group COO Rich Grimes and Chad Aaron have formed Strategic Venue Partners (SVP), a company focused on enterprise in-building DAS, focusing on major and mid-sized enterprises and real estate assets, in addition to public-private projects and locations that align with wireless carrier coverage priorities. Vertical markets ... • Continue
  • MulteFire: A New Way to Wireless

    May 22, 2017 —  By Don Bishop — Executive Editor, AGL Magazine The MulteFire LTE-based technology enables the full range of LTE services, including voice over LTE, high-speed mobile broadband (data), user mobility and internet of things (IoT) optimizations. It promises LTE-like performance with the simplicity of Wi-Fi-like deployments. MulteFire technology creates new wireless ... • Continue
  • Placing Small Cells on Wooden Electric Distribution Poles

    May 16, 2017 — By Don Bishop Executive Editor, AGL Magazine Making the best use possible of space on its wooden poles, Seattle City Light helps wireless carriers place small cells in Seattle. With the use of street lights to support small cells increasing, the utility has a process for replacing existing street ... • Continue
  • Backlash! Carmel City Council Says ‘Not So Fast’ to Small Cells

    AGL eDigestMay 16, 2017 — By J. Sharpe Smith Senior Editor, AGL’s eDigest Even though the Indiana legislature has jumped on the bandwagon to facilitate small cells in the right-of-way, city officials in Carmel, Indiana, took advantage of a loophole in the law and exempted the town from Senate Enrolled Act 213, according to ... • Continue
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