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  • Will U.S. Lead the World into 5G? Do the Carriers Want to?

    ft-img-5gOpinion By J. Sharpe Smith Senior Editor AGL eDigest June 28, 2016 — At first blush, Chairman Wheeler’s sold out Spectrum Frontiers speech at the Press Club last week sounded really good. Free up spectrum now to be ready for 5G in 2020! Put spectrum in the hands of the innovators! Get government out ... • Continue
  • CTIA, GSMA Join Forces on 2017 Conference

    AGL eDigestThe GSMA and CTIA will co-produce a new mobile industry event, “GSMA Mobile World Congress Americas, in partnership with CTIA,” which will debut Sept. 12-14, 2017 in San Francisco. CTIA and the GSMA are equal partners in the joint event, with the GSMA leading the event’s production and management. “At the ... • Continue
  • FAA Opens Door for Drones with New Rules

    faaBy J. Sharpe Smith Senior Editor AGL eDigest In a highly anticipated proceeding, the FAA has released Small Unmanned Aircraft Rule Part 107, which will expand the universe of companies serving the wireless by removing the pilot’s license requirement. Future drone pilots will be certified using an online testing program. Additionally, a visual ... • Continue
  • Time to get Serious About Drone Security

    AGL eDigestBy Ernest Worthman Executive Editor AGL Small Cell Magazine June 23, 2016 —  If one talks to Google, you find out very quickly that they are vetted in using drones for a number of reasons. They are not the only ones. Drones are expected to play an increasing role in 5G. They are ... • Continue
  • Hayes Towers: Blooming in Indiana

    AGL eDigestProfile Woman-owned Hayes Towers concentrates business in the Midwest, building most towers within driving distance of its South Bend headquarters. By Mike Harrington Towers have been a big part of Anne Hayes’s life ever since she was 10 years old and her father built his first telecommunications tower. Anne was on-site during part ... • Continue

  • Up Next, Big Data and the IOX

    iox-v2From the Tech Corner By Ernest Worthman Executive Editor AGL Small Cell Magazine As with many emerging technologies, the term “Big Data” is being tossed around with little real understanding of what it is, what it means, to whom and why. One of the things I marvel about, over and over, is the sheer genius ... • Continue
  • First Response is Everything: Public Safety Communications and DAS

    Consistency in nationwide public safety networks is critical. Distributed antenna systems require attention to prevent near-far interference with in-building wireless — a situation that could otherwise prevent networks from meeting coverage requirements. By Rick Good Public safety networks, supported by an information and communications technology infrastructure, are critical to the safety of ... • Continue
  • 2.4 GHz Proposal Enveloped in Controversy

    AGL eDigestBy Ernest Worthman Executive Editor AGL Small Cell Magazine Globalstar is trying to sell the FCC on the “significant public interest benefits” of its proposed Terrestrial Low Power Service (TLPS) on the 22 megahertz of spectrum adjacent to 2.4 GHz adjacent unlicensed frequencies. The position that Globalstar is taking with trying to offer a ... • Continue
  • Small Cell Backhaul Market Set to Boom: Study

    AGL eDigestThe global outdoor small cell backhaul market is forecast to reach $2.2 billion in 2020, with a five-year (2016–2020) compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 80 percent, according to a study by IHS Technology. “Network operators are currently testing and field trialing many outdoor small cell and backhaul options in dense ... • Continue
  • Wireless Mesh Backhaul Developed by Broadcom

    June 14, 2016 — Using standard digital CMOS technology, Broadcom has developed a low-cost, high-speed wireless mesh backhaul chipset solution, which operates in the 60 GHz band. The last-mile densification solution was demonstrated at the 2016 International Microwave Symposium exhibition in San Francisco, California, late in May. The company’s goal is ... • Continue
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