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  • Forget About the Internet of Everything!

    July 12, 2018—
    By J. Sharpe Smith, Senior Editor
    Predictions of a single interconnected network, referred to as the Internet of Everything (IoX), that will allow diverse sensors to interact, aren’t going to materialize, according to a recent industry report. “Many smart applications have emerged, but they are using different networks, because customers are making independent decisions on network technology ... Continue »
  • Small Cell Rollout to City of Pittsburgh Buildings to Reduce Emissions

    July 12, 2018— Sprint’s wireless small cells, known as Magic Boxes, will be deployed by BOSS Controls, an IoT energy management company, in 100 buildings inhabited by the City of Pittsburgh. The self-optimizing small cells will connect with BOSS Smart Plugs to turn off electrical devices when buildings are unoccupied or during peak ... Continue »
  • FCC Letter to DISH Asks Pointed Deployment Questions

    July 12, 2018— DISH Chairman Charlie Ergen discussed his company’s wireless plans in May at this year’s Connectivity Expo in Charlotte, North Carolina. On June 5 and 6, Ergen and representatives of DISH met with FCC Chairman Pai and his staff and later with Wireless Bureau. But that appears to have only whetted ... Continue »
  • FCC May Establish $100M ‘Connected Care Pilot Program’

    July 12, 2018— The FCC will seek to establish a new $100 million “Connected Care Pilot Program” to support telehealth for low-income Americans, according to an editorial authored by Senator Roger Wicker and FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr. “We’re seeing a trend in telehealth towards connected care everywhere,” Carr wrote.  “The FCC has long supported ... Continue »
  • Antenna Camouflage Makes Technology Without Intrusion Possible

    July 12, 2018—
    By Charlie Roper and Robert Renfro
    Solar Communications International and Steelhead Metal and Fab bring a unique and lasting partnership to the wireless concealment industry. Their 20-year collaboration is driven by deep experience in the science of RF-transparent technology and engineered steel design and fabrication. Whether you seek to deploy macro cells or a series of small ... Continue »
  • Time for a Reality Check for AI

    July 12, 2018—
    By Ernest Worthman, AWT Exec. Editor, IEEE Sr. Member
    Artificial intelligence platforms, applications, programs, tools, functions, systems, whatever one wants to call them, have been the buzzword of technology for some time now. In fact, AI is considered one of the great enablers for the upcoming 5G ecosystem. However, knowing what I know about this technology, I have taken a ... Continue »
  • T-Mobile, WLNY-TV Accelerate Spectrum Repack in NYC

    July 10, 2018—
    By The Editors of AGL
    T-Mobile and CBS Television Stations have completed the accelerated repack of WLNY-TV’s 600 MHz spectrum on portions of Long Island and the surrounding area that extends into Brooklyn and Queens. WLNY moved to its new spectrum frequency earlier this month, more than a year sooner than the August 2019 FCC ... Continue »

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