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  • IDT to Highlight Collaboration with IBM At IEEE

    AGL eDigestSeptember 27, 2016 — Integrated Device Technology will showcase work it is doing with IBM and 5G Lab Germany to develop 5G systems at the upcoming IEEE 5G Summit in Dresden, Germany. The companies have been driving advances in 5G networking by combining IDT low-latency interconnect technology and edge computing ... • Continue
  • FCC Fines AT&T $450,000 for Unauthorized Operations

    FCCSeptember 27, 2016 — AT&T will pay $450,000 to resolve the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau’s investigation into whether the carrier operated fixed wireless stations without authorization or without filing required license modification notices. The investigation revealed that AT&T operated numerous common carrier fixed point-to-point microwave stations throughout the United States in ways that ... • Continue
  • CBNL Wins CCA Innovation Award 2016

    AGL eDigestSeptember 27, 2017 — Cambridge Broadband Networks (CBNL), licensed point-to-multipoint (PMP) microwave and millimeter wave OEM, has been awarded the Innovation Award by the Competitive Carriers Association (CCA). CBNL received the award for its VectaStar 28 and 39 GHz platform, which enables carriers to unlock the benefits of millimeter wave and ... • Continue
  • T-Mo’s Ray Talks 4G Building Blocks; Race for the Edgy 5G Future

    Courtesy T-MobileSeptember 27, 2016 — By J. Sharpe Smith Senior Editor AGL eDigest Let’s face it. The internet of things and fixed broadband wireless don’t exactly fit into T-Mobile shocking pink view of the world. So, when Neville Ray, T-Mobile’s chief technology officer, laid out some of the carrier’s vision for the next generation of wireless, ... • Continue
  • CTIA Super Mobility Week 2016: Wireless is Key to a ‘Smart’ Experience

    arvr-smart-experienceSeptember 27, 2016 By Ernest Worthman Executive Editor AGL Small Cell Magazine EDITORS’ NOTE: This is the last segment in our four-part series deep diving the technology exhibited at the CTIA Super Mobility 2016. Augmented/virtual reality is slowly coming into its own. While much of this segment is still mounting smartphone inside goggles, the leaders, ... • Continue

  • Small Cells? Yes Please

    rp_don-85x135-189x300-189x300-1-189x300-1-189x300.jpgSeptember 27, 2016 —  For three companies with roots in the tower business, small cells offer an alternative too good to pass up. Their fiber-optic networks offer small cell collocation opportunities that resemble antenna collocation opportunities on towers. By Don Bishop Executive Editor AGL Magazine EDITORS’ NOTE — This is the third of three articles ... • Continue
  • Home Broadband, Wi-Fi Usage Study Foretells Future Wireless Trends

    AGL eDigestSeptember 22, 2016 — Today’s U.S. consumers expect a world in which they always have high-speed access to anything they want, whether it be music, video, or basic information. Internet and data access while both at home and on-the-go is inextricably woven into the personal, social and business fabric of ... • Continue
  • The Middleprise Market is Beginning to Get Real

    mike-colladoBy Mike Collado Anyone who has read my articles or seen me present in the last 24 months has likely heard my opinion that the “middleprise” represents a once-in-a-decade opportunity for new leadership in the in-building wireless market. That’s because the middle enterprise – which refers to venues having between 100k and ... • Continue
  • Mobilitie Deploys DAS at Soccer Stadium

    September 20, 2016 — With all the major professional and college football stadiums built out, where does DAS go next? Maybe the OTHER football. Mobilitie has deployed a DAS at Toyota Park outside of Chicago, home of the Chicago Fire soccer club, which hosts more than half a million fans ... • Continue
  • University of Tennessee Upgrades Outdoor Wireless, Security Networks

    AGL eDigestIT professionals at major universities are challenged to keep pace with the network connectivity needs of students while addressing security concerns. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, believes it has an answer. The Office of Information Technology of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is using CommScope’s Powered Fiber Cable System to deploy ... • Continue
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