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TIA Announces Call for Speakers for 2015 Network of the Future Conference

The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) announced the call for speakers for TIA 2015: The...

33 Leading Technology Companies Ask Administration to Protect the Internet & U.S. Economy from Harmful Public Utility Regulation

In a letter sent September 9th, a diverse group of technology manufacturers and suppliers...

Multiuser, Multiantenna Scheme Created to Use Unused UHF TV Spectrum

Wireless researchers from Rice University have developed a way to make the most of...

Wireless Technology Uses Interference to Enhance Mobile Internet

A new wireless technology is being developed that makes better use of the wireless spectrum and uses a different approach than current wireless technology. This new technology, pCell, uses signal interference where signals overlap and create small personal mobile internet cells.

Report States Internet will be Everywhere by 2025

A report published by Pew Research Center and Elon University states that the Internet will increase our awareness of the world but at the same time diminishes individuals’ privacy and allow abusers to gather this personal and private information. The Internet will become implanted into everyday life, just as electricity is today.

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FCC releases data on internet access

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has released its most recent report on access...

FCC expands broadband speed testing

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced plans to continue its evaluation of...

FCC proposes a “third-way” to regulate the Internet

Responding to the recent Federal court decision striking down its so-called “net neutrality” rules,...

FCC issues white paper on consumer broadband decisions

Despite the number of offers directed at consumers to switch their Internet broadband service...

Is Your Wireless Network Slowing Down or Hanging?

Here are the most likely reasons why, along with the forgotten available 5 GHz band.

Wireless networks offer the convenience of not worrying about being tied to various cables, switches, etc., but they also need to be understood according to their limitations.

 

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