Boeing really, really doesn't want the FCC to adopt a maximum transmit power of 75 dBm per 100 MHz for 5G base stations, noting that it's substantially higher than the 62 dBm per 100 MHz that was proposed in the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM).
One might say Nokia has been in the thick of it, devoting substantial engineering resources to study coexistence between terrestrial operations and satellite operations in the 28 GHz band, but it's sounding more than a little exacerbated.
Google has another six months or so – 180 days, to be more exact – to conduct tests at 72-74 and 82-84 GHz in California thanks to a Special Temporary Authorization (STA) granted by the FCC.
FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn and Congressman Mike Doyle (D-Pa.) are concerned that U.S. consumers aren't getting all of the information they need about the actual costs of their wireline and wireless services.
AT&T (NYSE: T) has filed a petition with the FCC to shut down its BellSouth analog video service in Carbon Hill, Alabama, and Kings Point, Florida, citing low demand and the growing availability...
INCOMPAS, a trade group representing cable industry rivals including Netflix and Google, praised the former SVOD giant for carving out a technology integration deal with Comcast.
After struggling through a challenging integration process from the properties it acquired from with the Verizon in April, Frontier is battling with Charter over advertisements related to service quality claims.
Huawei filed a complaint alleging T-Mobile is using its patented technology despite refusing to sign a licensing deal.
Iliad signed an agreement with CK Hutchison and VimpelCom that could see the France-based company create a new mobile operator in Italy should the proposed merger of Three Italy and Wind go ahead.
It appears that France's enfant terrible Iliad could be about to bring its novel way of doing business to the Italian mobile market. I hope Italy's operators are bracing themselves for the onslaught.