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ZigBee 3.0 Shows its Power
Aug. 26, 2016
This white paper describes ZigBee 3.0, explaining the role it plays in the Internet of Things (IoT).
Facebook’s Tiny Cell Station Eyes the Remote and Rural
July 14, 2016
Facebook recently revealed a new device called OpenCellular that allows wireless carriers to bring connectivity to places lying outside the reach of cell towers.
Samsung Makes Strides in Shrinking 5G Antennas
July 12, 2016
Samsung Electronics said it has made smaller and more efficient parts for 5G wireless networks, tackling one of the trickier problems with new wireless standards.
Narrowband IoT Standard Gets Stamp of Approval
July 5, 2016
The 3G Partnership Project has finished laying out a new wireless IoT standard known as Narrowband-IoT. It will become part of the larger LTE specification.
4G Finally Takes Seat at Wireless Throne
June 21, 2016
After nearly seven years since it was introduced, global revenue from 4G wireless service is poised to overtake 3G for the first time. Meanwhile, 2G and 3G revenues are falling...
New Router Gives Access to Troublesome Wi-Fi Spectrum
May 16, 2016
LAA: LTE and Wi-Fi Coexistence or Convergence?
May 3, 2016
Small Broadband Satellites Pepper Low Earth Orbits
March 22, 2016
Verizon Keeps Word on 5G Testing
March 4, 2016
Intel, AT&T Test Drones on LTE Network
March 3, 2016
Both companies want to understand how reliable the networks are for streaming live video and flight information—and in general, how they work with devices flying through the air...
Qualcomm Tests LTE over Unlicensed Spectrum in Germany
Feb. 10, 2016
Qualcomm and Deutsche Telekom, one of the largest wireless companies in Germany, recently completed the first “over-the-air” tests of Licensed Assisted Access technology.
Sony Buys Modem Chip Supplier For Cellular Internet of Things
Jan. 27, 2016
Sony is paying $212 million to acquire Altair Semiconductor, an Israeli company that sells LTE chips and software.
The Down Low on HaLow: Wi-Fi for the Internet of Things
Jan. 11, 2016
A new version of Wi-Fi is trying to alter the perception that it is not suited for the industrial sensors, wearables, and smart home devices that will keep the Internet of Things...
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