Doing away with spoofing is “top consumer priority” for FCC After receiving an earful from the attorneys general of 35 states last month, U.S. Federal Communications
Move comes after FCC Chairman criticizes Hurricane Michael recovery After publicly criticizing the network recovery efforts after Hurricane Michael devastated the Florida Panhandle, U.S. Federal Communications
WASHINGTON, D.C.–The use of wireless networks to support the delivery of healthcare services is gaining momentum and acceptance, but making sure the connectivity — and
CBRS rules finalized The Federal Communications Commission has finalized the rules governing Priority Access Licenses for the Citizens Broadband Radio Service at 3.5 GHz, setting the
Google, CommScope announce cooperation on CBRS sensor network in run-up to rule finalization CommScope and Google will be jointly developing, deploying and operating a coastal sensor
Florida Governor demands a network recovery plan Network recovery operations in hard-hit areas of the Florida Panhandle are ongoing and Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Oct.
T-Mobile US presentation to FCC lays out network plans T-Mobile US sketched out its vision for a combined 5G network if its proposed merger with Sprint
Proposal eyes unlicensed use of 6 GHz; CBRS PAL term length and area up for discussion The U.S. Federal Communications Committee meets later this month and
FCC fines one telemarketer for spoofing calls and proposes fines for another The Federal Communications Commission has fined one telemarketer more than $82 million — one
FCC Commissioner Rosenworcel says 5.9 GHz could be for next-gen Wi-Fi Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel of the Federal Communications Commission called for a reexamination of how the
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From CBRS in the U.S. to shared spectrum for 5G globally More mobile data traffic means more capacity means more spectrum. Around the world, telecoms regulators
Remote monitoring a key broadband-enable telehealth application The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will meet on Aug. 2 and discuss potentially providing $100 million in federal
The C band is under consideration for terrestrial fixed and mobile networks The Federal Communications Commission announced today that at its next meeting, it will vote
Today marks the end of the road for Title II regulations, aka net neutrality, as the Federal Communications Commission’s repeal of the rules takes effect.