Tag: lte

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...

5G/5G NR is Coming but Most People Will Hardly Notice

The newest Next Generation of wireless, 5G and 5G NR, New Radio, networks are starting to be deployed in early stages of 5G NR...

How will LTE Unlicensed affect Wi-Fi performance?

Wi-Fi has enjoyed a quasi-monopolistic usage of the 5GHz in the last few years but that is changing as Multefire and LTE unlicensed in general...

When Arris met Ruckus

So finally after months of dating, Arris and Ruckus are finally getting married, generating a great deal of enthusiasm among analysts and reporters. The deal...

Sprint talks to cablecos, but it risks being a rerun of...

There was a distinct sense of déjà vu on reading reports that Sprint might, yet again, dodge a merger with T-Mobile USA, and instead...

Wi-Fi Roaming – from “old school” to New Opportunities

The global mobile workforce is set to increase from 1.3 billion in 2014, accounting for 37.4% of the global workforce, to 1.75 billion in...

Qualcomm furthers aggressive LTE push with MuLTEfire OTA test

Qualcomm Technologies has delivered an over-the-air (OTA) connection via the MuLTEfire cellular network technology using listen-before-talk (LBT). MuLTEfire is a cellular technology developed by...

As Wi-Fi’s Popularity Grows, So Do Its Challenges

Last year was the first time that Wi-Fi carried more mobile traffic than cellular did, according to Cisco’s Visual Networking Index Global Mobile Data...

Wi-Fi Here and Now

I just returned from the well organized and well attended Wi-Fi Now conference in Washington DC. Topics at the three-day conference included enterprise applications,...

Cellular Needs LPWA to Compete with Wi-Fi

IoT Finally Gets What it Needs By some estimates, there will be more than 20 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices in use by 2020....