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UK carriers have paid £1.35 billion ($1.9bn) in the first stage of bidding for new 3.4 GHz radio spectrum, for use with 5G services, including high-bandwidth IoT-based concepts like autonomous …

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LTE

Sprint launches wireless indoor small cells Enterprises are hearing a lot these days about the opportunity to connect everything to wireless networks, but they know that job one is making …

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sigfox IoT

Sigfox announced earlier this month it is closing a $160 million (150 million euros) funding round it intends to use on expansion of its low power wide area network. Companies …

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With channel bands of several hundred megahertz expected to support 5G deployments, government regulators will need to be creative in providing resources Spectrum remains one of the more challenging aspects …

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Straight to mmWave? Not so fast It is becoming increasingly accepted that mmWave (extremely high frequency), the frequencies in the spectrum between 30 Ghz and 300 Ghz, will define 5G …

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“Extremely high frequency” means extremely fast 5G speeds Millimeter wave (mmWave), also known as extremely high frequency (EHF), is the band of spectrum between 30 gigahertz (GHz) and 300 GHz. Wedged between …

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5G services

Spectrum Frontiers approval sees nearly 11 gigahertz of spectrum freed up for licensed and unlicensed use in support of 5G services In a move designed to bolster the development and …

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FCC 5G spectrum focus only part of high-band airwaves currently being tapped by domestic carriers for next-generation technology testing The Federal Communications Commission’s move to free up nearly 11 gigahertz …

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5G spectrum

Federal Communications Commission set to vote on 5G spectrum July 14 As the timeline for the 600 MHz spectrum auction appears to lengthen, wireless carriers will be keeping a close …

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FCC set for ‘Spectrum Frontiers’ proceedings next month in move to bolster spectrum support for 5G, IoT and virtual reality Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler talked all the usual …

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