With advancements in wireless broadband technologies, including an expanded 3.5 GHz band, 5 GHz band, White Spaces, and innovative technologies in MIMO and backhaul, there will likely be many newsworthy stories at this conferences. Several hundred exhibitors will be there with lots of presentations, keynotes and demonstrations.
I’ll be there on Wednesday and Thursday.
Ubiquiti, which combines innovation with industry leading cost-effectiveness in its AirMAX, airFiber and UniFi line, says they’ll introduce some revolutionary concepts that will empower WISPs like never before.
WISPs have something different. They deliver service when and where it’s needed. They serve local communities. Like New York City, Chicago and San Jose. Like transit agencies. Like fortune 500 companies.
New technology is getting locked and loaded by Wireless ISPs. Innovative RF chips, MIMO antennas, spectrum sharing, cloud management, and new frequencies in the White Space, 600 MHz, 3.5 GHz, 5 GHz and 60 GHz bands are coming online. Right now.
Cheaper, faster, better broadband might be enabled with inexpensive microcells on streetlights. Licensed, unlicensed, and shared. It’s going to be fun.
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