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From Tom - "The next generation cellular network (5G) promises to radically increase the ecosystem we call the “Internet of Things”. In this new-world order, every device is connected to the Internet, available to be monitored by an app on your phone and to...read more
From Tom - "Conventional wisdom sometimes suggests that everyone is entitled to their own opinion. In this era of the Trumpian Distortion Field, there are those whose claims or opinions are simply wrong. Vaccines are good, not bad for you. There is no link to autism....read more
From Tom- "The NY Times published a piece suggesting the U.S. is “woefully, even disgracefully, behind” in its development of wireless 5G equipment and networks. The piece suggests that only government incentives or intervention can reverse this and enable the U.S....read more
During emergencies, the importance of our country's communications systems becomes clear. These communications systems include the wireline and wireless telephone networks, broadcast and cable television, radio, Public Safety Land Mobile Radio, satellite systems and...read more
From Tom- “The ongoing “trade-war” with China will impact many telecom providers who purchase low-cost gear from the likes of Huawei and ZTE. The WSJ reports on the plight of rural wireless companies who use Huawei equipment purchased at a price point low enough to...read more
From Tom-” It appears that the Sprint/T-Mobile merger has the blessing of FCC Chairman Pai, who also seems to have extracted some concessions around the so-called “Digital Divide” and 5G services. But overall, we have to believe this will be good for consumers, many...read more
From Tom- “Interesting article in the New York Times about Russia’s attempt to disrupt/stall the US rollout of 5G services. This is a new spin on the well-worn argument that radio frequencies (cellular, Wi-Fi, radio) can cause medical issues – a claim that has been...read more
When we talk about ‘In-Building Wireless’ (IBW), what do we actually mean? Though ‘IBW” may sound like one set-in-stone solution, in actuality, that single term encompasses an entire class of diverse, specialized solutions and technologies – that enterprise owners,...read more
For many Police and Sheriff’s Departments, , Computed-Aided Dispatch (CAD) systems are outdated, but functional. Given the financial constraints of most departments, systems typically need to last from 7 to 10 years. And if the vendor hasn’t been diligent in keeping...read more