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KwiKom's Zach Peres sings the praises of his hometown - Iola, Kansas - and notes it could be even better with more unlicensed spectrum, such as that proposed by...
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Rory Conway, CEO of Triad Wireless, rises above his competition, yet he's also humbled by the perennial challenge of access to spectrum, capital and trained wor...
The bipartisan legislation will help Americans stay safe and on their feet during the COVID-19 crisis.
The Special Temporary Authority (STA) allows WISPs to operate 45 MHz in the 5.9 GHz band for 60 days to help facilitate the COVID-19 Response.
New law will help FCC build better broadband maps and get those who truly need broadband online.
Today, the FCC granted a blanket waiver, moving the time for 3.65 GHz operators to transition their equipment from April 17, 2020, to October 17, 2020.