Tag: Wi-Fi research

US plans model cities to test spectrum sharing

As spectrum becomes a scarce resource in some urban areas, sharing bands between different services is becoming a priority for many regulators. The FCC...

Celeno plays catch up with 4 by 4 MIMO, dynamic airtime...

Israeli WiFi chip specialist Celeno landed a surprise at IBC, coming with only the second 4 x 4 MIMO chipset, and upping its efforts...

US carriers divided on WiFi Calling

The major US operators are gearing up to introduce WiFi Calling services, despite their early moves towards VoLTE. For Verizon and AT&T, the WiFi...

Apple launches iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, adds Pay NFC system

Well Apple has unsurprisingly revealed its new iPhone, which will now come in two sizes for the first time. The regular iPhone 6 features...

The world’s cable WiFi leaders join forces on roaming

The carrier WiFi landscape was originally dominated by cellcos and mobile offload, but this year the momentum has shifted firmly towards the cable operators...

What will happen the day Iliad takes over T-Mobile USA

One of the shocks to us around the Iliad bidding for T-Mobile was the way T-Mobile executives came out and put a price of...

Taqua buys Kineto to offer complete voice over WiFi platform

Long term partners Taqua and Kineto Wireless are to merge, to exploit the rising carrier interest in voice over WiFi. Taqua, whose main product...

Google could make Iliad’s US adventure credible

French operator Iliad may have had its $15bn bid for T-Mobile USA rejected and branded “preposterous”, but it is unlikely to give up too...

Huawei and DoCoMo weigh into Unlicensed debate with LAA trial

So far the running for LTE-U (using LTE in unlicensed spectrum) has been made by Qualcomm, but this week both Huawei and NTT DoCoMo...

Cablevision happy to pass 1 million hotspots early

Last week Cablevision also came out with its numbers and once again we tried to nail down just what it is doing in WiFi...