Knowledge: The Unseen Force of Progress

A few weeks ago, iCanConnect caught my eye. As detailed in this AP article, iCanConnect is a pilot program that “provides low-income deaf-blind individuals with the most up-to-date telecommunications devices for free and special training to use them.” Individuals apply to the program and are then assessed for which devices…

Sustainable Innovation

With technology advancing at a rapid clip, innovation often steals the spotlight. What’s missing from these reports on the newest breakthroughs is how sustainable they are for end users. This is partly because demonstrable sustainability is unknown at the time of release, but also because in technology, sustainability can be…

Expanding Your Network Comfort Zone by Increasing Your Tool Kit

This past week I authored an article regarding fixed wireless broadband challenging wireline operators to work outside their comfort zone through OSP Magazine). The reality is that fixed wireless broadband (FWBB) is a complimentary technology that allows wireline operators to economically (i.e., profitably) provide broadband access to the unconnected (and…

Connecting Fans with Their Passion

Sport teams play half of their games on the road, and connectivity enables fans to experience the action in real time. A few months ago, the Ashes Chairman's XI cricket match featured England playing Australia. The match was held at Traeger Park in Alice Springs (just Alice in local parlance),…

3 GHz global spectrum usage in wireless broadband

Broadband connectivity benefits everyone, and wireless broadband enables connectivity to be available faster and at a lower cost than trenching. Wireless broadband requires RF spectrum - a scarce limited resource Because of the tremendous demand for broadband, government regulators and corporations have to answer critical questions regarding spectrum allocation. These…

Options to Expand Connectivity

Building on the success for the ePMP™ solution we introduced last October, today we are launching the Connectorized Radio. This new addition to the ePMP portfolio provides an even lower cost option for deploying wireless access networks that can grow and scale with performance that you can count on. When…

A bell ring, a call to action

Around the world, a ringing bell signals many events – one of the most common of those being the start of the school day. I feel that my life has come full circle today as we ring NASDAQ’s opening bell with my friends and classmates from the Birla Institute of…

Why Modulation is Important on Your Wireless Link

QAM (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation) is widely used for digital radio communication. Variants of QAM are also used for many wireless and cellular technology applications. The advantage of using QAM is the ability to carry more bits of information per symbol. As higher modulations are used, more and more data can…

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