Three examples of this are data encryption, the Internet of Things (IoT), and even 5G, meaning the use of small cells to increase network capacity for customers. Each of these was developed way back in the 1990s, centuries ago in wireless time.
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Muni-Wi-Fi Again – 05.18.2016
No matter how many different financial models have been run on spreadsheets, Muni-Wi-Fi has, to my knowledge, never reached even breakeven anywhere—not from city investment, not from selling advertising, and not from any other model that has come and gone. more
2014 Another Great Year for Wireless? – 01.15.2014
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Satellite Companies Turned Terrestrial – 08.26.2013
Does anyone remember Teledesic? Founded in the 1990s by Bill Gates, Craig McCaw, Paul Allen, and Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, Teledesic was to launch 840 low-earth orbiting satellites (LEOs) and provide data at the then blazing speed of 720 Kbps down and 100 Kbps up from the ground. more
Public Safety – 05.23.2016
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PSA Discovery Patterns Weekly News Summary – 05.17.2016
Fri May 13 11:59:51 2016 It has been a relatively quiet week in the Public Safety communications space. That is not to say there is […] more