The RAY BAUM’S Act also reauthorizes the FCC and advances development of 5G wireless
Satellite companies Intelsat and SES said they have agreed to back a proposal submitted to the FCC for approval that aims to protect satellite service in the 3700-4200 MHz C-band downlink spectrum while opening up about 100 MHZ of the band for mobile operators rolling out 5G service.
Following a week of debate (and denial) (and then more debate) related to a leaked White House memo proposing a nationalized 5G wireless network, the document's author has departed the White House, Axios reports.
If smartphone newsgathering really is the wave of the future and not some pie-in-the-sky pipe dream, which television station or network will be first to catch that wave and dump most of its ENG systems and methods into that same bone yard we piled film cameras, processors, Moviolas, splicers and film chains back in the 70s?
A new proposal from Intelsat and Intel that would allow for joint use of parts of the C-band spectrum (3700-4200) for 5G wireless, which would call for satellite operators to give up spectrum in metro markets for a price set by the marketplace.
Ericsson, in partnership with Intel and Verizon, took to the track during the Indianapolis 500 to test some 5G network and virtual reality technology.
Rohde & Schwarz America and DA-Integrated announced a collaboration to develop an on-wafer RFIC production test system for RF and millimeter wave devices.
Verizon’s move to 5G will begin in earnest in 2018 according to a top company exec.
Verizon this week announced that it intended to launch 5G pilot programs in 11 U.S. markets by mid-2017.
The Federal Communications Commission recently opened up higher frequencies for development of fifth-generation, or “5G” wireless cellular technologies.
5G could very well begin carving a space for itself among fellow TV and video providers, according to a recently conducted report from Strategy Analytics.
The FCC reached a $100 million settlement with a Glen Allen, Va., company that failed to build out a wireless service network according to the license conditions.