Federal Communications Commission announces the appointment of a diverse group of leading technology experts to serve as members of the Technological Advisory Council.
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FAA clears 62 percent of US commercial airplanes for low-visibility landings at airports where wireless companies deployed 5G
FAA issues new approvals that allow an estimated 62 percent of the US commercial fleet to perform low-visibility landings at airports where wireless companies deployed 5G C-band.
Department of Commerce holds a roundtable with Maryland Senators, Baltimore Mayor and HBCU presidents and representatives to discuss digital equity.
The City of Amarillo, Texas, is working with Airspan to set up a $4 million fixed wireless access network to help connect school kids to the internet.