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AT&T to Deploy 5G-Ready Connectivity Services for Frisco Station

AT&T said this development in Texas will be one of the first connected communities in the U.S. built from the ground up with 5G technology AT&T announced plans for Frisco Station, a 242-acre, mixed-use development in Frisco, Texas, to deploy integrated connectivity. Frisco Station said that the development will be one of the first connected communities in the nation built from the ground up with 5G Evolution wireless technology from

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Emerging Technology in Large Venues

Emerging_Technology_in_Large_VenuesEven before the popularity of Unlimited Wireless plans data usage at major sports and entertainment venues over the last 5 to 10 years has grown at astonishing rates.  Most of that data usage is driven by the availability of social media on handheld devices because there is an expectation that fans or participants post, snap, tweet or live stream events so that friends can share each other’s moments.  To satisfy

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Digital DAS: Digital Approach to Maximizing Capacity

Digital DAS: Digital Approach to Maximizing Capacity On of the larger challenges that face operators today is how to cost-effectively deliver high-capacity 4G coverage, especially in densely populated indoor areas. In city centers, stadiums, and transport hubs, high numbers of end-users connecting to a network in a single location can cause a bandwidth bottleneck, slowing down traffic and reducing data speed and reliability. The problem exists when users expect to

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FCC Commissioners Express Interest in Redesignating Public-Safety 4.9 GHz Band for Commercial Use

FCC commissioners initiated a proceeding to examine potential new rules that might spur greater use of the 4.9 GHz spectrum band currently dedicated to public safety. Several FCC commissioners said less than 4% of potential licenses use the 4.9 GHz band, which the FCC designated for public-safety use in 2002 and has since been the subject of several policy revisions. KEY TAKEAWAYS: FCC commissioners unanimously initiated a proceeding that might spur greater

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