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  • The Cell Tower Business Model Is Dead

    towersAugust 25, 2016 — By Ernest Worthman Executive Editor AGL Small Cell Magazine Well, maybe not dead, but the current model certainly is ailing. For a couple of years now I have been advocating that the macro cell tower industry is set to decline. I have even been ridiculed by some with a heavy ... • Continue
  • T-Mobile Gives to Tower Family Foundation

    AGL eDigestAugust 25, 2016 — The Tower Family Foundation was the recipient of a $60,000 contribution from T-Mobile’s National Development team following its 3rd Annual Golf Tournament held August 17 in Newcastle, Washington. The Tower Family Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides financial assistance and scholarships to family members of a ... • Continue
  • AT&T Gets Fined…Again

    moneyAugust 23, 2016 By Ernest Worthman Executive Editor AGL Small Cell Magazine One would think by now, that those 800-pound gorillas, the big four carriers, would realize that doing nefarious activates like bill cramming is bound to get them caught. Even if these activities are done by third-parties. Well, we have another case where ... • Continue
  • BT, Nokia to Develop 5G

    AGL eDigestAugust 23, 2016 — If cross-company development agreements are any sign, the wireless industry is signaling its intention to bring 5G to a reality sooner than later. Most recently, the hookups include Verizon+SK Telecom, Bell+Nokia in Canada, Huawei+Vodafone, Orange+Nokia, C Spire+Nokia, SK Telecom+Deutsche Telekom+Ericsson. And BT is now researching 5G ... • Continue
  • 8 Things You Didn’t Know About 5G

    article-5gAugust 23, 2015 (Sidebar to The Race to 5G, New Standard is Being Set Now) 5G will instigate a drastic harmonization of the radio spectrum. 5G is likely to integrate the coordination of the various protocols and dispersed frequency bands in order to offer the end-user the expected seamless connection. Similar to the ... • Continue

  • 5G Standards Process Faces Possible Pitfalls — Experts

    ft-img-5gAugust 25, 2016 — By J. Sharpe Smith Senior Editor AGL eDigest The process of developing a new technology is a complex endeavor. A standard may win because of multiple factors, including technical, political and consumer choice. The 5G standardization process faces the challenges of including broadband cellular and narrowband IoT, while serving the unique needs of enterprises. ... • Continue
  • Mobilitie to Deploy in Chicago High-Rise

    AGL eDigestAugust 25, 2016 — Mobilitie was been chosen by Chicago-based real estate company, HEARN, to provide connectivity to 70 West Madison, a downtown Chicago high-rise that sees 5,000 daily tenants and visitors representing many of Chicago’s legal and financial firms. HEARN selected Mobilitie to design, build and operate a DAS covering ... • Continue
  • DAS Market Evolving to Commercial Buildings, iGR Forecast

    AGL eDigestIain Gillott’s research firm, iGR, has released a study that looks at DAS technology and its future deployment possibilities in the commercial building segment. The study shows that indoor DAS (iDAS) has been built out in most high-profile venues, and it looks at how the market for outdoor DAS (DAS) may be increasingly served ... • Continue
  • In the Race to 5G, New Standard Is Being Set Now

    mobilewAugust 23, 2016 Antenna design and measurement are at the heart of this challenge By Nicolas Gross In a world where mobile devices have outnumbered people, it is easy to forget we lived without smartphones 15 years ago. From 1G to 4G cellular technology, each new generation of mobile networks has brought higher ... • Continue
  • New Hope for Getting Small Cell Deployments Moving

    forwardBy Ernest Worthman Executive Editor AGL Small Cell Magazine While small cell deployments are getting traction, the biggest barriers to entry is that the business models of such deployments can vary widely. Issues such as location, technology, permissions, power and backhaul vary greatly from one case to the next – and generally, no ... • Continue
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