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  • Cheytec, Squan Team to Help Building Owners, Enterprises with IBW

    May 23, 2018—
    By Don Bishop, Exec. Editor, Assoc. Publisher, AGL Magazine
    At the Connectivity Expo, Connect (x) conducted by the Wireless Industry Association, executives of Cheytec and Squan spoke of the added value that their partnership provides building owners and enterprises seeking to invest in in-building wireless communications systems. Cheytec has an extensive real estate portfolio and an ability to procure and ... Continue »
  • Connect (x) 2018 – Technology at the Edge

    May 23, 2018—
    By Ernest Worthman, AWT Exec. Editor, IEEE Sr. Member
    This year’s Connectivity Expo, Connect (x), broadened the traditional infrastructure with a bit wider reach. One of those areas was a number of discussions around Edge networks. Below are some of what was presented in these cutting-edge sessions. LTE on The Edge One of the more interesting issues with upcoming 5G is ... Continue »
  • Cambridge Broadband Networks Helps Wireless Carriers with Licensed Millimeter Wave Backhaul

    May 22, 2018—
    By Don Bishop, Exec. Editor, Assoc. Publisher, AGL Magazine
    The chief technology officer and cofounder at Cambridge Broadband Networks (CBNL), John Naylon, Ph.D., spoke with AGL eDigestabout the company’s licensed point-to-multipoint microwave technology at Connectivity Expo (Connect (x), a convention conducted by the Wireless Industry Association. He explained how Cellcom, a wireless company with customers in Wisconsin and Michigan, uses ... Continue »
  • FCC to Consider Additional 5G Spectrum; Getting Tough on Municipalities

    May 22, 2018—
    By J. Sharpe Smith, Senior Editor
    The FCC will seek comment on making additional spectrum available in the 26 GHz and 42 GHz bands for flexible terrestrial wireless use in the third installment of its Spectrum Frontiers proceeding, which makes millimeter wave spectrum, in the bands at or above 24 GHz available for 5G and the ... Continue »
  • New Autonomous Vehicle Tech Would Go Beyond 5G

    May 22, 2018—
    By Ernest Worthman, AWT Exec. Editor, IEEE Sr. Member
    For the longest time I have been saying that truly, fully autonomous vehicles cannot happen until the vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) is in place. Fully autonomous vehicles must be able to send and receive data from not only each other, not only from sensors (audio, video, RF, etc.), but from everythingaround them ... Continue »
  • Registration Open for the NATE WIN Rocky Mountain Regional Conference

    May 22, 2018— On Monday, June 11, NATE WIN will host the Rocky Mountain Regional Conference at the Little America Hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah. NATE members and non-members alike are encouraged to attend this conference. The cost to attend the Rocky Mountain Regional Conference is $75 per person and includes lunch. ... Continue »
  • A Decade of Connecting Communities in Crisis

    May 22, 2018—
    By Joe Hillis
    When disaster strikes a community, or as we recently witnessed with Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria – entire regions are left without reliable communications. The Information Technology Disaster Resource Center (ITDRC), now in its 10th year, provides in-kind communications and technical resources that connect survivors and responders, and help communities continue ... Continue »
  • Verizon Stands by Millimeter Wave Spectrum Choice

    May 22, 2018—
    By J. Sharpe Smith, Senior Editor
    Verizon Chairman and CEO Lowell McAdam said extensive testing has given the carrier confidence in the role of millimeter waves in its fixed 5G deployment during an interview with David Faber on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” last week. “We had 11 markets up last year in testing with hundreds of ... Continue »

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