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  • American Tower Founder Steven Dodge Dies in Accident

    January 18, 2019— The founder of the American Tower Corporation, Steven Dodge, died yesterday from injuries suffered in a cycling accident. He was 73 years old. Dodge was cycling in Bonita Springs, Florida, when he attempted to cross a street in front of traffic. A car heading in the same direction hit him from ... Continue »
  • Keysight to Provide 5G Test Solutions to SoftBank

    January 17, 2019— SoftBank has chosen Keysight Technologies’ 5G network emulation to characterize and validate new 5G New Radio mobile devices intended to operate on the Japanese mobile operator’s 5G network. SoftBank selected Keysight’s 5G test solutions, including the company’s 5G NR network emulations solutions, based on the UXM 5G platform for radio frequency ... Continue »
  • Building the 5G future with Fiber

    January 17, 2019—
    By Ankit Agarwal
    5G presents an exciting opportunity for the telecom industry. In fact, it provides much more than that, promising a unique service which will create a vastly different world and experience for the end-user. With speeds of up to 1 Gigabit per second and latency of one-to-five milliseconds expected to be ... Continue »
  • Ehresmann, RF Guys Create Tower Surveying Partnership

    January 17, 2019— RF Guys has partnered with Ehresmann Engineering to deliver cell tower/infrastructure mapping solutions. RF Guys simplifies the data compilations and delivers high-definition sub-centimeter point cloud site data. The company uses remote sensing UAS, ground stations, ground penetrating radar, terrestrial LiDar and its own data acquisition and back-end processing. Ehresmann Engineering is a ... Continue »
  • Is a Sale of UNITI’s Latin American Towers in the Offing?

    January 17, 2019— Wells Fargo Securities has reported that UNITI has received interest from parties to acquire its 500 Latin American Tower portfolio spanning across Mexico, Colombia and Nicaragua. With towers going for an average of $200,000, the deal could be in the $100MM range. According to Wells Fargo Senior Analyst Jennifer Fritzsche, the ... Continue »
  • The Prospects for Real 5G Progress in 2019

    January 17, 2019—
    By Ernest Worthman, AWT Executive Editor and IEEE Senior Member
    This year is likely to see some limited, real-world, use cases for 5G. The 3GPP Release 16, or 5G Phase 2, as it also referred to, has hit some snags and has been delayed into 2020 (which was originally proposed as the 5G launch year, anyway). So, what we will ... Continue »
  • Let’s Make a Deal! San Ramon, AT&T Sign Small Cell Deployment MLA

    January 17, 2019—
    By J. Sharpe Smith, Senior Editor
    While the FCC was crafting its Small Cell Order, the States were passing their small cell legislation and Congress contemplated its own legislation, AT&T and San Ramon, California, were quietly working out their own template for facilitating the deployment of small cells. The California City of San Ramon and AT&T have ... Continue »
  • Vertical Bridge’s Wireless Infrastructure Portfolio Tops 250,000 Sites

    January 15, 2019— Vertical Bridge Holdings  has grown its portfolio to 266,000 owned, master-leased and right-to-master sites. The company, which is entering its fifth year of operations, also announced that it has built more than 500 macro towers for U.S. telecommunications carriers to date, with the majority having been constructed within the last ... Continue »

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