Ericsson, Qualcomm Technologies complete 2.6 GHz 5G NR test

Ericsson and Qualcomm Technologies said they have achieved a non-standalone 5G New Radio data call at 2.6 GHz, adding a new frequency band to those successfully tested for commercial deployment. "Together with Qualcomm Technologies, Ericsson continues to make strides on commercial 5G readiness by continuously performing interoperability tests on 5G NR networks on different spectrum bands. We’re offering our customers flexible deployment options as they gear up for commercial 5G services," said Per Narvinger, head of product area networks at Ericsson.

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Women in wireless: A cause worth supporting

AGL Media Group reported on Women’s Wireless Leadership Forum (WWLF), a program sponsored by Crown Castle which seeks to empower and inspire women in the telecom industry. It offers leadership development, engages its members in a variety of industry happenings and events an...

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City commission says no to proposed 31-foot tall cell network antennas on North Shore

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OPINION: WIA — A driving force behind the wireless industry

AGL Media Group reported on peripheral platforms, noting that a new fiber working group, chaired by Crown Castle, has been formed to work on getting transport capabilities for the emerging 5G platforms.

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