FAA Proposes Token 5G Fix
Absent exigent circumstances (supply chain disruptions and the like) a single cycle of radalt upgrades and add-on filters should be sufficient to ensure compatibility with 5G.
Opening up the 5G Radio Access Network
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Coalition members are engaged in some exciting demonstrations and some real network builds, especially Rakuten and Reliance Jio. Rakuten is building a new nationwide 4G/5G network in Japan, and Reliance Jio, creator of the world’s largest mobile network, is blanketing India with 5G.
Attack of the 5G Truthers!
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Given that safety is not a real problem, or at the very least not something city councils need to worry about, a coherent focus on aesthetics and speedy deployment best serves the public interest.
Winning the 5G Prize
While the US is in a comfortable international position with 5G at the moment, we could run into problems down the road.
5G and the Zero Trust Security Model
More than anything, we need network components that are inexpensive and capable of taking part in a comprehensive system of self-checking. We’re more likely to get such a system by building it collaboratively.
Wired Trolls 5G Security
Today’s Internet-based tech press is more concerned with monetizing than websites than with imparting good information. Perhaps this is simply the way media is nowadays, but the tendency to exaggerate seems to be amplified when the press addresses the Internet itself.
Will 5G Kill Weather Forecasting?
NOAA’s simulations of 5G’s impact on weather sensors are inadequate and there’s very little time to get them right. The wireless industry needs to lend a hand.
America’s 5G Plan Takes Shape
After months of speculation on the nature of the nation’s plan for the implementation of 5G, the White House has finally raised the curtain on some crucial details at a…
ITS Director Keith Gremban on 5G Propagation
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Costs of deployment for new networking technologies tend to decline over time as we learn how to avoid unnecessary redundancies. Deployment costs of fiber-to-the-home networks declined to about 20% of initial levels over the first three years of deployment.
FCC Commissioner Mike O’Rielly on 5G
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FCC Commissioner Mike O’Rielly joined us for a High Tech Forum podcast this week to bring us up-to-date on FCC issues such as 5G, broadband deployment, mid-band spectrum, and the…