Tag: fcc

Deciphering the CBRS regulatory process

The idea that an enterprise can get easy access to use CBRS spectrum to deploy their own LTE wireless networks is an exciting one....

USA’s 28 GHz auction nets just $702m, next mmWave sale starts...

The FCC’s first millimeter wave (mmWave) spectrum auction may be seen as a milestone for 5G, because of the regulator’s leadership in getting these...

Reporting from the 2018 Wi-Fi Trek

Last week I attended my second CWNP conference called “Wi-Fi Trek” in San Diego as a member of the CWNP family myself, I felt...

CBRS impatience rises, but LTE will be main neutral host system...

The promise of the USA’s multi-tiered CBRS spectrum band has been discussed for so long that it is easy to forget that there are...

Policy and Tech Innovations Take Center Stage at CCA 2018 Annual...

Keynote Program Includes FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr and Assistant Secretary David J. Redl, U.S. Department of Commerce Competitive Carriers Association’s (CCA) 2018 Annual Convention is...

How Influential is the “The USA Must in Lead 5G” Theme?

The determination of whether to allow the merger between T-Mobile and Sprint will largely be based on provable statistics that show how the market...

How Regulators May Evaluate the Merger Between T-Mobile and Sprint

Our recent analyst blog titled “Why the Merger of T-Mobile and Sprint Will Succeed This Time”, outlined reasons that help lead to the conclusion...

Wireless Runs Afoul of the Justice Department (Part 2)

Two weeks ago we looked at how Wireless Runs Afoul of the Justice Department including why eSIM is a Building Block Technology of 5G. This...

The Merger of T-Mobile and Sprint is On

The merger between T-Mobile and Sprint has been agreed to along the lines that we had anticipated: An all-stock deal in which Sprint's parent...

Why the Merger of T-Mobile and Sprint Will Succeed This Time

The marriage between T-Mobile and Sprint has played out like a long saga of unrequited love: the two sides have much to gain by...