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  • DC-Powered Medium-Intensity LED Obstruction Lighting

    AGL eDigestFrom Hughey & Phillips Urbana, Ohio (4/25/16)—Hughey & Phillips (H&P), a global leader in the obstruction lighting industry, announces the new DC HORIZON™ line of medium-intensity strobe LED based obstruction lighting solutions for daytime and nighttime lighting on tall structures such as communication, television and radio towers, wind turbines, smokestacks and ... • Continue
  • The Business Case for Neutral-host Networks

    Figure 1. The neutral-host model for multicarrier distributed antenna system (DAS) solutions. MNO stands for mobile network operator.Mobile network operators and venue owners both stand to make money with neutral-host networks. A new tool reveals cost savings and efficiency of resources that come from sharing wireless networks. By Berge Ayvazian, Randall Schwartz and Haig Sarkissian AGL Magazine May Issue — Various distributed networks in large venues such as stadiums, ... • Continue
  • (Don’t Hold Your Breath for) the Second Coming of the Industrial Internet

    AGL eDigestBy Ernest Worthman April 28, 2016 — The IoX (Internet of Anything), is, depending upon who one talks to, really the Internet of many things. The M2M camp is still clinging to the hope that the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) keeps some sort of anonymity and doesn’t get gobbled up ... • Continue
  • Carrier Plans to Use 5G to Replace Fixed Wireless

    AGL eDigestBy Ernest Worthman April 28, 2016 — Both Verizon and AT&T are talking 5G this month. Verizon says the have “ambitious plans” to commercialize 5G. in fact, they want to be the first company to roll out 5G. Interestingly, Verizon sees the first case for 5G to be the replacement of ... • Continue
  • Narrowband WAN Buildouts Coming Fast and Furious

    AGL eDigestBy J. Sharpe Smith April 28, 2016 — As General Packet Radio Services (GPRS) packet-based data services fade along with 2G and 3G cellular networks, the competition for a new network to carry Internet of Things traffic is heating up. This will be a break out year for narrowband wide area ... • Continue

  • While Towers Carry the Day, CCI Invests in Future of Small Cells

    AGL eDigestBy J. Sharpe Smith April 26, 2016 — Crown Castle International exceeded its expectations in the first quarter 2016 and raised its outlook for the full year as organic site rental revenue grew $55 million or 8 percent year over year. The first quarter saw 7 percent growth from new leasing ... • Continue
  • Cobalt Purchases Assets of World Wi-Fi Network

    AGL eDigestLAKE BLUFF, Ill., April 25, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cobalt Holdings, a wireless broadband network services provider, has purchased the physical and IP assets of World Wi-Fi Network (WWN) and affiliated companies – one of the largest niche Wi-Fi hotspot operators in the Caribbean Region targeting cruise line passengers and ... • Continue
  • Keep It Inside

    Don_Bishop_01_rgb1200w_lev_do_AOpinion By Don Bishop AGL Magazine May Issue — When I attended the Network Infrastructure Forum collocated with the International Wireless Communications Expo in Las Vegas, it was difficult to make cell calls from my hotel room. My guess was that the sunlight-reducing tint on the windows was metallic and made it difficult for ... • Continue
  • Smart Home to Experience Phenomenal Growth

    Two story house exterior with white door garage and drivewayBy Ernest Worthman The smart home market has been slow to catch on. Much of that is due to the complexity of the systems and the lack of standard plug and play devices across vendors. There are also issues with disparaging wireless technologies. But 2016 may see many of these challenges tamed. ... • Continue
  • Self-organizing Networks on the Rise

    self-organizingBy Ernest Worthman April 19, 2016 — Self-organizing networks (SON) have been a theory in the wireless wheelhouse for some time now. However, there has been no real deployment. But the consensus from the industry is that SON will be a key enabling technology for mobile networks, especially 5G and small ... • Continue
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