Race to 5G
A new study by NTIA has found that 5G service does not pose a serious threat to air travel, as was previously feared by the aviation industry. It turns out that better cell service will not interfere with airplanes as they take off and land, which is excellent…
By: Laurel Duggan President Trump has announced his plan to make 100 megahertz of mid-band spectrum available for commercial 5G deployment. By enabling widespread adoption of 5G, this will promote innovation and economic opportunity while bolstering our national security. The administration has collaborated with the Department of Defense to ensure that these…
By: Laurel Duggan Countries around the world are racing to deploy 5G, which will enable enormous economic growth and could propel the United States far ahead in the tech and telecommunications space. In order to deploy 5G, we need licensed mid-band spectrum, particularly in the lower 3 GHz band. The…
The plan calls for the spectrum to be distributed through a public auction, which Chairman Pai has proposed be held on December 8 of this year.
On Tuesday, November 4, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai spoke at a Council on Foreign Relations event on securing digital supply chains.
On October 29, the Federal Communications Commission released a proposal to protect U.S. wireless networks from companies that threaten our national security.
The New T-Mobile will lead to greater competition, facilitate technological growth and benefit people across the country, but some are taking a more negative approach.
The FCC announced on Monday, September 16th that it would approve five spectrum access system administrators to begin initial commercial deployments in the 3.5 GHz band.
On June 24, Senator Ron Johnson sent a letter to Department of Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, expressing his concern over the department’s rhetoric surrounding 5G.
Nearly 20 years ago, many of the innovations we know, and love were simply figments of the imagination. But today, with the growth of technology, we have ride sharing, online dating and even AI technologies are starting to take off.