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Verizon announced plans to build a dedicated network for public safety, escalating a battle with AT&T to serve the nation’s first responders. The largest wireless network operator in the United States vowed to build and operate...

source: FierceWireless

On July 1, Colorado legislation went into effect that is designed to make it easier for network operators to install small cell equipment. HB 17-1193 requires cities to give carriers access to public rights-of-way, and imposes a so-called...

source: RCR Wireless

The four largest cell phone carriers in the U.S. are all deploying several portable cell towers to step up coverage for the massive crowds expected to gather during the solar eclipse. Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile will...

source: CNBC

A strange phenomenon occurs each year in North America where roughly a billion migratory birds die from hitting skyscrapers and towers, according to a recent study done at Oklahoma State University. Sidewalks in metropolitan areas...

source: Inside Towers

The FCC said it will investigate whether to add fixed and mobile wireless services to its broadband progress report, a report that previously focused mostly on wired services. “Americans today regularly use both fixed and mobile...

source: FierceWireless

A number of major, broadband-based developments are leading to a paradigm shift in the role of the 911 center (known as a public safety answering point or PSAP), even as this essential part of America’s critical infrastructure lags behind in technology. Implementation...

source: Inside Towers

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