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  • NATE Elects 2019 Board of Directors

    December 13, 2018— Randy Scott Re-Elected; Victor Drouin, Chris Mallon and Michael Young Elected to Serve on NATE Board The National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) today released the official results of the 2019 Board of Directors election. The Association announces that Randy Scott, President of Texoma Contracting, Inc. in Muskogee, Oklahoma was re-elected ... Continue »
  • Unpopulated City Built for Autonomous Vehicle Testing

    December 13, 2018— Testing autonomous vehicles can be tricky. When its autonomous vehicle struck and killed a woman in March, Uber suspended testing in Tempe, Arizona, as well as in Pittsburgh, San Francisco and Toronto. The government in South Korea may have found a way around that problem. Also in March, presumably, after the ... Continue »
  • More Spectrum to be Auctioned for 5G in 2019

    December 13, 2018— The wireless industry moved closer to gaining access to high-band millimeter wave spectrum for use in 5G networks yesterday as the FCC adopted rules for a spectrum auction to be held in 2019. A total of 2,400 megahertz of spectrum in the combined Upper 37 GHz and 39 GHz bands and ... Continue »
  • Political Publication Takes a Shot at 5G Race-Hype

    December 13, 2018—
    By Ernest Worthman, AWT Executive Editor and IEEE Senior Member
    Seems it has been a bit slow on the 5G race bandwagon of late. So I guess it was time for another non-tech type to decide that it was time to reignite the subject and weigh in on the race to 5G. Out of the bowels of the Washington political scene ... Continue »
  • Wireless Backhaul Networks: Delivering the Optimal Solution for Carriers

    December 13, 2018—
    By Kamal Mokrani
    As mobile operators work to meet the growing bandwidth demands while trying to keep their operational costs down, they are now taking a serious look at wireless solutions in various frequency bands as reliable alternatives.  As networks become densely packed with small cell base stations, all geared to cater to future ... Continue »
  • ADRF Brings Public Safety DAS into the 5G Era

    December 12, 2018—
    By J. Sharpe Smith, Senior Editor
    Advanced RF Technologies (ADRF), a distributed antenna systems (DAS) OEM, has announced the availability of 5G-capable DAS and repeater solutions. The in-building DAS products will supply communications for first responders in buildings, as well as for commercial wireless users. It is another example of the DAS industry gearing up for ... Continue »
  • NEDAS and AGL Media Group Partner to Offer Increased Visibility to NEDAS Annual Sponsors

    December 11, 2018—
    By The Editors of AGL
    AGL Publications and Summits to Feature NEDAS Companies Throughout 2019 NEDAS, formerly the Northeast DAS & Small Cell Association,  an association of industry professionals focused on the convergence of the wireline and wireless industries with a goal of improving communications infrastructure for buildings, municipalities, public safety and enterprise solutions, announces its ... Continue »
  • 5G Options Heat Up with JMA Wireless Purchase of mmWave Startup

    December 11, 2018—
    By J. Sharpe Smith, Senior Editor
    Many stories in the press have been devoted to wireless infrastructure OEMs – for wide area networks – gearing up for the introduction of 5G handsets, set for the middle of next year. Just recently, a company known more for indoor wireless and stadium venues, JMA Wireless, has acquired mmWave ... Continue »

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