Net Neutrality Reply Comments

Rather than going forward with backward-looking Title II regulations it would be wise for the FCC to issue a Further NPRM seeking comment on the state of competition in the Broadband ISP market. The NPRM barely touches this topic, but it’s actually at the center of the current issue set. There is much the Agency can do to accelerate the transition from a wire-dominant broadband regime to a wireless future in which the Internet is fully pervasive.

January 17, 2024 0

Getting Ready for 6G

Harmonization is the name of the game for makers of mobile devices and base stations, so nations that fail to assign the upper 6 GHz band will find themselves with limited options.

June 28, 2023 0

FCC Drops the Ball on Spam Text

There is no current need to mandate authentication or blacklisting. Authentication is unnecessary and blacklists are already common

April 11, 2023 0

Spectrum Policy is Too Politicized

Spectrum policy needs to be guided by the realities of network engineering rather than the desires of network incumbents to protect legacy business models from competition from wireless upstarts. Spectrum policy need not be a team sport.

January 25, 2023 0