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  • Google Fiber’s Pivot to Fixed Wireless No Surprise

    fiber opticsAugust 30, 2016 — By J. Sharpe Smith Senior Editor AGL eDigest With Google Fiber is reportedly cutting costs and staff in favor of wireless, the company’s vision of fiber to the home is being hotly debated by investors and those in the industry. While there is no doubt that fiber to the cell site ... • Continue
  • NATE Unveils RF & Antenna Identification Safety Video

    nateAugust 30, 2016 — Video Series Part of NATE’s #ClimberConnection Campaign The National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) today released a RF & Antenna Identification safety video as part of the Association’s 2016 Climber Connection campaign. The video outlines the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) guidelines for maximum permissible RF exposure limits in both ... • Continue
  • RBC Remains Bullish on Public Tower Companies

    AGL eDigestAugust 30, 2016 — RBC Capital Markets remained overweight on the public tower companies, including American Tower and SBA Communications, with a “slightly greater weighting” toward Crown Castle International in the firm’s Mobile Infrastructure Recap for the second quarter. “Towers are our only coverage sector with identifiable catalysts for (modest) revenue ... • Continue
  • Providing Clean Backup Power to Cell Sites

    AGL eDigestAugust 30, 2016 — J. Sharpe Smith Senior Editor AGL eDigest A Conversation with Eric Mettler, president & CEO, Altergy Systems Altergy was founded in 2001 and began selling their hydrogen fuel cell products to cell tower industry in 2004. Today, it also sells to data centers, emergency response, military and homeland security, traffic ... • Continue
  • Texting Makes Contacting Millennial Consumers Simple

    AGL eDigestAugust 30, 2016 — By Leah Heilbrunn Millennial Lifestyles Editor The Millennial age group is notorious for utilizing text messages as their primary form of communication. They make extensive use of these wireless messages with friends and family, but taking that to the next level, texting is also a fantastic opportunity for ... • Continue

  • Mini-cell Towers Shouldn’t Be Passed as Small Cells

    rp_BC3S5164-2-199x300.jpgAugust 30, 2016 — Opinion By Ernest Worthman Executive Editor AGL Small Cell Magazine Okay, so we have had a little trouble defining what a small cell is, but we DO know what it isn’t. It isn’t a mini-cell tower for example. No matter how fast our industry needs to move in siting wireless infrastructure, ... • Continue
  • 5G Standards Process Faces Possible Pitfalls — Experts

    ft-img-5gAugust 25, 2016 — By J. Sharpe Smith Senior Editor AGL eDigest The process of developing a new technology is a complex endeavor. A standard may win because of multiple factors, including technical, political and consumer choice. The 5G standardization process faces the challenges of including broadband cellular and narrowband IoT, while serving the unique needs of enterprises. ... • Continue
  • Mobilitie to Deploy in Chicago High-Rise

    AGL eDigestAugust 25, 2016 — Mobilitie was been chosen by Chicago-based real estate company, HEARN, to provide connectivity to 70 West Madison, a downtown Chicago high-rise that sees 5,000 daily tenants and visitors representing many of Chicago’s legal and financial firms. HEARN selected Mobilitie to design, build and operate a DAS covering ... • Continue
  • DAS Market Evolving to Commercial Buildings, iGR Forecast

    AGL eDigestIain Gillott’s research firm, iGR, has released a study that looks at DAS technology and its future deployment possibilities in the commercial building segment. The study shows that indoor DAS (iDAS) has been built out in most high-profile venues, and it looks at how the market for outdoor DAS (DAS) may be increasingly served ... • Continue
  • In the Race to 5G, New Standard Is Being Set Now

    mobilewAugust 23, 2016 Antenna design and measurement are at the heart of this challenge By Nicolas Gross In a world where mobile devices have outnumbered people, it is easy to forget we lived without smartphones 15 years ago. From 1G to 4G cellular technology, each new generation of mobile networks has brought higher ... • Continue
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