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August 15, 2017

If you haven't deployed 80GHz radios yet, chances are you will. They're multi-gigabit workhorses that can bring the greatest ROI with tremendous reliability, and for the most part, no interference issues. I can't recommend 80GHz enough, nor advise you mor...

April 18, 2017

How the first fixed wireless IP tech captured the industry 30-years ago (1987). Today fixed wireless is poised to take on the digital divide like nothing else.

April 14, 2017

Pinch me, I'm dreaming. Comcast is offering mobile service!

Comcast gets a bad rap, but not from me. I wake up every morning and thank them for their service. If it wasn't for Comcast, my town would have no internet, the local economy would collapse, schools would shutt...

March 2, 2017

Suddenly the fixed wireless industry is promoting "5G". Have they sold out to Big Telco hype, or is there a smart strategy here? For a unique perspective, read, "5G" Hijacked by Fixed Wireless."

January 31, 2017

Competitive WISPs work together to conserve valuable spectrum, coordinating frequency plans and using RF elements' horn antennas to eliminate colocation noise and improve performance.

September 15, 2016

Talk is money, and 5G hype is greasing investors for Big Telco. Meanwhile, use cases aren't there and subscription growth is flat. And why is there lousy 4G service in so much of the country? Read an interesting, well researched theory by David Theodore.

July 20, 2016

If this is the first time you're seeing the term "wireless renaissance" then believe me, it won't be the last.¹ It's totally apropos for what's happening now, speaking to a whole new level of technology and customer choice. It hasn't been this exciting to be in the (fi...

May 4, 2016

I get ready in earshot of the TV every morning and I would bleed to death popping in and out of the bathroom to hear a "BREAKING NEWS" bulletin were it not for Gillette adding a fifth blade to its razor.  The breaking news turns out to be nothing 98% of the time, but I...

April 26, 2016

Look at the man on the left, and then on the right. Is that a crazy resemblance or what? I'm guessing they're not related, but they do have something in common. The man on the left, Edwin H. Armstrong (1890-1954), did more to advance radio technology than anyone -...

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