The Nationalization of 5G Network

Posted by Aakriti Pandey on Mar 8, 2018 11:00:00 AM
  If you’ve been abreast of the whole 5G hype, you’d know that the proposal of a nationalized 5G wireless network has stimulated  lot of controversy, forming a wave of reaction across most agencies and the political spectrum. This could be because 5G network is becoming such a haloed technology in the industry with a lot of hopes  and expectations of it. For starters, 5G or fifth generation network is the next G of mobility which would use high frequency airwaves in distributing wireless data, and could allow ridiculously faster speeds of up to 20Gbps in comparison to the current 4G network that has a maximum bandwidth of 1Gbps. It will also very likely be the amped up backbone to the Internet of Things (IoT) and all that IoT realm will bring to the table. Not only would it offer faster speeds and greater capacity than previous generations, but also accommodate newer, more evolved and advanced technologies, such as self-driving cars, virtual reality, Artificial Intelligence, and of course, the Internet of Things.  So, where is 5G on the map? Well, network carriers, such as AT&T and Verizon, have plans to roll out 5G service in limited markets this year. Read More

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What's new in the Public Safety Connectivity realm?

Posted by Aakriti Pandey on Jan 11, 2018 11:00:00 AM
  Dropped calls and feeble data connections are modern day nuisances, but for public safety officers, it could very well be a matter of life and death. Every mobile connection, conversation, and video transmission counts when public safety is at stake. For this reason, the providers of dedicated public safety wireless communication networks aim to build a private system for public safety communications through full build-outs. Twenty-nine states have decided to opt-in to FirstNet and AT&T build-out plans that are to be submitted to each state. Read More

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The loss of Net Neutrality

Posted by Aakriti Pandey on Dec 14, 2017 2:00:00 PM
Net Neutrality, the principle that says the Internet Service Providers should treat all content equally and not give preferences to select digital content providers, has been lost. In layman terms, Net Neutrality simply means the consumer can load every website, video, app, gif, or any content on the internet evenly, regardless of where it is hosted. For instance, an Internet Service Provider (ISP) may not charge additional dollars for sites that stream movies or promote a specific agenda. This is also quite literally referred to as the ‘Open Internet’. Read More

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DAS Worldwide is now Wave Wireless!

Posted by Dennissa Kim on Jun 27, 2017 1:40:53 PM
Today, we’re excited to announce that we have changed our name from DAS Worldwide to Wave Wireless! The name change is a result of an extensive rebranding effort designed to mirror the success and transformation of our company. Read More

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Spectrum Auction: how it affects our TV, and our Wireless Coverage

Posted by Aakriti Pandey on Sep 22, 2016 11:00:00 AM
Why the spectrum auction? Number one big reason is “spectrum crunch”. Long story short, as the use of Wireless devices and machines continues to grow, the lack of free spectrum has been more obvious and alarming than ever before. Since Federal Communications Commission (FCC) developed and released a National Broadband Plan in 2010, the squeeze in nation’s spectrum has been put to spotlight; and FCC, with ambitions to free up spectrum for such technology, has finally made some tough decisions, and announced spectrum auction. Read More

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FCC Prepares for 5G with New Rules for Higher Spectrum Bands

Posted by Mahesh Naidu on Feb 4, 2016 1:17:01 PM
It’s no secret that RF spectrum bandwidth is becoming more scarce.  In order to continue expansion and meet future capacity requirements for 5G networks, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is exploring new rules to utilize higher frequency bands. Read More

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What You Missed At CTIA Super Mobility 2015

Posted by Wave Wireless on Sep 22, 2015 12:00:00 PM
  Last week, CTIA hosted Super Mobility 2015 - an event highlighting innovations and new technologies in the wireless and mobile communications industries.  The Tower & Small Cell Summit, an event co-located at CTIA, focused on outdoor wireless infrastructure and capacity solutions. It offered over a dozen general sessions where panels of industry executives discussed various issues affecting small cell and Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) deployments. Below is a summary of some "takeaways" from two Tower & Small Cell Summit general sessions.  Read More

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Global Small Cell Market to Grow at 22.22%

Posted by Wave Wireless on Oct 27, 2014 8:55:39 AM
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In-building Wireless Systems of the Future

Posted by Wave Wireless on Oct 21, 2014 8:03:11 AM
In a provocative and insightful report, ABI research lays bare the impact of 3GPP Progression, Virtualization, Traffic Steering and Network Convergence on in-building wireless architectures as operators struggle with mobile broadband approaching 70% penetration. Next Generation In-Building Wireless: Converging, Virtualizing, and Balancing the Road to 5G, a companion to our recently published DAS Rises to the Small Cell Challenge, continues the discussion of innovations in Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), Distributed Radio Systems (DRS) and small cell architectures for medium to large building verticals. This report builds on and outlines the impact of these major trends on DAS, DRS, and small cell architectures. Read More

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DAS in Brazil Stadiums for World Cup 2014

Posted by Wave Wireless on Jul 21, 2014 7:08:00 PM
Sunday, 20 July 2014 00:21 Comba Telecom Installed Mobile and Wi-Fi DAS in Brazil Stadiums for World Cup 2014 Written by Ray Sharma font size decrease font size increase font size Print Email 0 Comments Rate this item1 2 3 4 5 (0 votes) Comba Telecom Systems, a leading global wireless solutions provider was contracted by mobile operators in Brazil to supply and install 2G/3G/4G LTE and Wi-Fi turnkey DAS (distributed antenna system) for the FIFA World Cup 2014. Read More

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