It’s not every day that I get to spend about 45 minutes with an LAPD investigating officer in the conference room of my office. But then again it’s not every day that a man brazenly lies to my staff to gain access to my office to case ‘da joint for a subsequent break-in. Here’s the . . . → Read More: Why I Really Like Building Security Cameras
The FCC has granted Sprint’s request to allow it to deploy LTE services in its 800 MHz band assignments.
This is a big deal, both for Sprint and for LTE deployment as the de facto 4G-ish standard.
The FCC’s decision (found HERE) allows Sprint to re-purpose its Nextel 800 MHz spectrum (the old iDEN band) . . . → Read More: Sprint(ing) Forward to 800 MHz LTE
As a reminder, PBS Frontline in conjunction with ProPublica will present “Cell Tower Deaths” premiering TODAY/TONIGHT on PBS stations. The PBS Frontline page is here: (CLICK HERE).
No, this story is NOT about radio frequency emissions concerns. Rather, it focuses on the risk of building and servicing cell towers.
According to PBS:
The smartphone revolution . . . → Read More: Reminder: “Cell Tower Deaths” Premiers on PBS Frontline Today
To the surprise of very few, LightSquared has filed for Bankruptcy protection under Chapter 11.
Given that the firm has virtually no path forward to use its frequencies to provide 4G-type services in light (no pun intended) of the apparently unresolvable GPS interference issues, Chapter 11 gives LightSquared a way to step back and . . . → Read More: LightSquared files for Bankrupcy (Chapter 11)