In the Media

February 13, 2017: Controversial Satellite-Messaging Startup Higher Ground Cleared for Takeoff (IEEE Spectrum)

February 11, 2017: Ericsson seeks license for 28 GHz experiments in San Jose (FierceWireless)

January 13, 2017: Amazon seeks 5-month STA to test ‘innovative communications’ in Seattle (FierceWireless)

December 14, 2016: Verizon files to conduct 28 GHz market trials in 4 states (FierceWireless)

November 17, 2016: Nokia files to demo 5G at 28 GHz at Charter facility in Colorado (FierceWireless)

November 15, 2016: Intel wants to conduct more tests using Sprint spectrum (FierceWireless)

May 23, 2016: Microsoft gets OK from FCC to conduct tests related to Globalstar’s TLPS (FierceWireless)

April 11, 2016: Could Satellite Messaging Startup Higher Ground Bring Down the 911 System? (IEEE Spectrum)

April 3, 2016: Google files for experimental license to test in 2.5 GHz band in California (FierceWireless)

March 18, 2016: Google gets license for nationwide airborne mmWave testing (FierceWireless)

February 25, 2016: Verizon to test 5G at 28 GHz in Texas with Samsung (FierceWireless)

February 12, 2016: AT&T to Take Wireless Technology to a New Height (Business Finance News)

February 12, 2016: AT&T Is Changing Its Tune About 5G Technology (The Motley Fool)

February 12, 2016: AT&T to Start Testing 5G Wireless Technology This Year (Wall Street Journal)

February 10, 2016: Here’s the Next Battle Over Airwaves Brewing in Washington (Fortune)

February 10, 2016: Verizon y AT&T perfilan el 5G como un “servicio casero” para banda ancha (CIO América Latina)

February 9, 2016: 5G might be your next home broadband service (MIS-Asia)

February 8, 2016: 5G might be your next home broadband service (CIO)

February 8, 2016: 5G might be your next home broadband service (PCWorld)

February 5, 2016: AT&T FCC Applications Hint at New 5G Wireless Broadband Tests (DSL Reports)

February 5, 2016: AT&T 5G plans laid out in FCC filing (RCR)

February 5, 2016: AT&T to FCC: Let Us Try 5G in Austin (IT Business Edge)

February 4, 2016: AT&T seeks experimental license for 5G tests in Austin (FierceWireless)

February 4, 2016: AT&T Wants to Start 5G Tests in Austin (Light Reading)

September 2, 2015: Google applies for experimental 3.5 GHz license in Kansas City (FierceWireless)

June 22, 2015: I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him… (TMF Associates MSS blog)

May 19, 2015: ISART 2015: Google, spectrum sharing and 3.5 GHz (Sevana Blog)

January 23, 2015: More Details On Google’s Looming Wireless Service (DSL Reports)

January 8, 2015: Google moves ahead with tests in unused 3.5GHz spectrum (ZDNet)

December 19, 2014: T-Mobile to offer LTE over 5GHz Wi-Fi airwaves to boost data rates (Ars Technica)

October 17, 2014: The FCC Wants to Upgrade Your Phone to 5G (National Journal)

October 16, 2014: Google to test millimeter wave transmissions in 71-76 GHz and 81-86 GHz bands (FierceWirelessTech)

October 16, 2014: Could Google Fiber Become Google WiFi? Google Seeks To Test Super Fast Wireless Service. (Forbes)

October 16, 2014: Google tests waters for potential ultra-fast wireless service (Reuters)

October 15, 2014: Mobile Minute: A Quick Look at Today’s Top Stories (RCR Wireless News)

October 8, 2014: Analysis: Wireless data caps more about profit than congestion (Ars Technica)

September 23, 2014: Stay Up-to-Date on the Upcoming FCC Spectrum Auction by Following These 9 Twitter Accounts (CEA)

September 17, 2014: Google Asks the FCC for Bandwidth to Test Its Drones (In The Capital)

September 16, 2014: Google asks FCC to test drones in New Mexico (Android Authority)

September 16, 2014: Google wants to provide remote lands with Internet access from drones (TweakTown)

September 15, 2014: Google’s mysterious New Mexico drone tests (CITEworld)

September 15, 2014: Google testing drones that could provide Internet access to remote lands (Ars Technica)

September 14, 2014: New Fast Lane in Open Internet Proceeding (CommLawBlog)

July 16, 2014: For TV ‘White Spaces,’ the Global Outlook Is Hopeful but Cautious (Bloomberg BNA)

March 28, 2014: Checking The Claim: A Wireless Network That Streams A Thousand Times Faster? (Smithsonian)

February 20, 2014: Artemis Networks Claims ‘Reinvention’ of Wireless Technology (TV Technology)

February 19, 2014: Artemis’ pCell offers personal cell for every device, promises dramatic LTE capacity increase (FierceWireless)

February 19, 2014: Wireless System Could Offer a Private Fast Lane (New York Times)

February 17, 2014: NRB Is Fighting for Its Right to Broadcast (Broadcasting & Cable)

February 3, 2014: RF Shorts for Feb. 3, 2014 (TV Technology)

January 29, 2014: Google requests hush-hush radar tests (The Register)

January 27, 2014: Google plans mystery experiments at 76-77 GHz (FierceWireless)

January 16, 2014: National Black Church Initiative Supports Newest NAB Study (Black Christian News Network One)

January 15, 2014: NAB refutes must-carry capacity claims (Advanced Television)

January 14, 2014: NAB/NRB: Technology allows must-carry everywhere (Radio and Television Business Report)

January 14, 2014: Study: Capacity Constraints Are No Barrier to Must Carry (Broadcasting & Cable)

January 14, 2014: NAB Study Refutes Pay-TV Must-Carry Claims (TVNewsCheck)

December 4, 2013: Time Warner Cable TV goes blurry in presence of Verizon LTE phones (Ars Technica)

June 11, 2013: GlobalStar Promotes “Licensed” WiFi in 2.4 GHz band (DailyWireless)

June 3, 2013: Google’s balloon-based wireless networks may not be a crazy idea (Ars Technica)

April 11, 2013: Google Gets Experimental License, Exploring Spectrum Access System (Communications Daily)

March 27, 2013: This is the world service (The Economist)

February 28, 2013: Google’s white spaces database goes live in test next week (Ars Technica)

February 15, 2013: Spectrum: The Wheels of the FCC Grind Slowly (Tech.pinions)

February 5, 2013: False reports of proposed free ‘super Wi-Fi’ set Internet abuzz (Deseret News)

February 4, 2013: No, free Wi-Fi isn’t coming to every US city (Ars Technica)

January 25, 2013: Google Silent About Wireless Experiment (InformationWeek)

January 24, 2013: Google asks FCC for wireless spectrum, but don’t get too excited (CNET)

January 24, 2013: Google Rolling Out Wireless Network At Mountain View Campus, Says Report (TechnoBuffalo)

January 24, 2013: WSJ: Google Is Building a New Kind of Wireless Network (Gizmodo)

January 24, 2013: Google testing new wireless network, asks FCC to keep details secret (Ars Technica)

January 24, 2013: Google Building Wireless Network, But Why? (PCMag.com)

January 24, 2013: Why is Google testing a new wireless network? Here are four possibilities (CITEworld)

January 24, 2013: Google Seeking FCC Approval for Wireless Network Project (eWEEK)

January 23, 2013: Google building secret wireless network, says it involves ‘highly competitive consumer electronics’ (The Verge)

January 23, 2013: Google Wants to Own the Airwaves, Now (The Atlantic)

January 23, 2013: Google Creating Wireless Network, But For What? (The Wall Street Journal)

January 23, 2013: Google interested in creating an experimental wireless network on its campus, FCC filings show (PhoneDog)

January 16, 2013: FCC adds spectrum to Wi-Fi—but you likely need a new router to use it (Ars Technica)

May 29, 2012: How Spectrum Sharing Would Work (The New York Times)

March 25, 2012: Wireless competition turned upside-down — In theory (GigaOm)

February 6, 2012: Google tests next-generation devices that could end up in Kansas City (Kansas City Business Journal)

February 5, 2012: Google looking to test Wi-Fi gateway (FierceBroadbandWireless)

February 3, 2012: Is Google asking the FCC to allow gigabit Wi-Fi for its gigabit network? (GigaOm)

January 3, 2012: Who Are the Top 10 Power Influencers in Mobile? (Forbes)

August 30, 2011: Cool: Wi-Fi breaks the sound barrier (GigaOm)

May 18, 2011: ITIF Panel: FCC Needs to Address Spectrum Needs (BroadbandBreakfast.com)

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