‘Packed Landscape’ of Wireless Policy Initiatives Includes Small Cell Streamlining, Spectrum Allocations

The wireless industry is experiencing perhaps the most active policy agenda in its history, Jonathan Adelstein, president and CEO of the Wireless Infrastructure Association, said during a webinar presented by the City Networks Task Force Aug. 16. Adelstein and Doug Dimitroff, a partner at Phill...
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Wireless Infrastructure Evolves as Industry Moves Toward 5G

Macro cells have been the stable backbone of the wireless industry for decades, and they will continue to provide the essential backbone for wireless connectivity as networks evolve to support increased data consumption and the Internet of things. Fifth-generation technology will introduce a paradig...
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From Self-Driving Cars to Traffic Control, Connected Vehicles Offer Intriguing Possibilities

Connecting vehicles to infrastructure, other vehicles, networks and even pedestrians is one of the most intriguing developments in the wireless industry today. The prospect of autonomous vehicles has captured the attention of not only the wireless industry, but also car makers, ride-sharing companie...
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HetNets Hit the Sweet Spot for Solving Growing Demand on Wireless Networks

Thirty years ago, wireless infrastructure was fairly simple. A single large tower served the users within its area or cell. These cells were replicated in a honeycomb-like architecture to create a wireless network. As users moved around, their calls were handed off between these cells. Since then, t...
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Wireless Infrastructure will Drive Autonomous Vehicle Market

Ford recently filed a patent application with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office for an autonomous police vehicle that can detect traffic violations, pursue vehicles, capture license-plate images, and establish wireless communication with other vehicles, according to an article published by Insi...
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Wireless Infrastructure Prepared for Record Data Usage at Super Bowl LII

When the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles take the field Feb. 4 for Super Bowl LII, wireless infrastructure will also be in the spotlight as nearly 50,000 fans inside U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis and an expected 1 million visitors expected to converge in the area use their phones...
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