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  • Subcarrier Communications Adds Houston Office

    agl-post-image-default– Hires Key Industry Veterans to Lead Operations – HOUSTON, TEXAS. (April 14, 2015)—An industry pioneer in high performance wireless infrastructure services, Subcarrier Communications, announced its Southwest market expansion and hired key executives Dudley Norman and Greg Weger to lead market operations. As society’s demands for wireless connectivity prove to be essential ... • Continue
  • Industry Worries About Corning/iBwave Solutions Hookup

    agl-post-image-defaultBy J. Sharpe Smith – April 15, 2015 — Some in the industry wondered if iBwave Solutions will lose its objectivity after Corning announced its acquisition of  the Montreal-based creator of design software and services for in-building wireless solutions. The terms of the acquisition agreement were not released. iBwave Solutions will operate ... • Continue
  • Nokia, Alcatel-Lucent to Form Telecom Powerhouse

    agl-post-image-defaultJ. Sharpe Smith – April 16, 2015 — Nokia announced its plans this week to buy Alcatel-Lucent in a stock transaction valued $16.6 billion, creating the second largest telecom manufacturer behind Ericsson. The deal brings together complementary product portfolios, including fixed and mobile broadband, IP routing, core networks, cloud applications and ... • Continue
  • OSHA Calls for Help in Protecting Tower Workers

    agl-post-image-defaultBy J. Sharpe Smith – April 16, 2015 — The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is asking the tower industry for information about safety hazards in tower construction and maintenance to assist the agency in determining what measures are needed to prevent worker injuries and fatalities. “NATE has worked closely with ... • Continue
  • FAA Okays Drones for Tower Inspections

    Aibotix UAS (3)By J. Sharpe Smith – April 16, 2015 — Drones or unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) have been getting a bad rap as of late, whether they are being used to take out terrorists or to invade the White House’s airspace. However, there is a good side to this technology; it is ... • Continue

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  • New Wi-Fi Tech Allows You to Reach Out and Ping Someone

    beaconBy Ernest Worthman – April 23, 2015 — Wi-Fi is just getting more and more tekky. Coming soon to a neighborhood near you, Wi-Fi Aware. This platform is expected to be Wi-Fi Certified in products this year. Wi-Fi Aware is a marketing angle to get the neighbor awareness networking specification (NAN) ... • Continue
  • Integrating Multiple Technologies into the Connected Car

    small-cell-post-image-defaultBy Ernest Worthman – April 23, 2015 — With the Internet of Things/Everthing (IoT/E) on the horizon, the connected car is one of the hottest topics out there. Integrating a slew of wireless technologies, the connected car and its associated infrastructure promises to make everybody rich. Here’s why: Multiple telecom technologies will ... • Continue
  • More Join the Net Neutrality Litigation Parade

    small-cell-post-image-defaultBy Ernest Worthman – April 23, 2015 — By now, everybody pretty much knows my position on Net Neutrality. So this report will be just a fact update. No comments. Here is a laundry list of lawsuits filed against the FCC recently. Note how they are all from the right wing, who ... • Continue
  • 3.5 GHz Coming On-line for Small Cells

    small-cell-post-image-defaultBy Enest Worthman – April 23, 2015 — The FCC is making 150 megahertz of contiguous spectrum available for mobile broadband and other uses through a spectrum sharing policy. The agency says it is creating a three-tiered commercial radio service spanning 3550 MHz – 3700 MHz. The goal is for wireless ... • Continue
  • Small Cells: the State of the Platform

    small-cell-post-image-defaultBy Ernest Worthman – April 23, 2015 — Last issue I penned a missive on the state of small cells. I guess I am not the only one looking at the small cell landscape and wondering about the state of the platform. I recently came across some interesting metrics that make ... • Continue