REGISTRATION & NETWORKING BREAKFAST 8:00AM - 9:00AM
OPENING PLENARY 8:45AM-10:30AM
BREAK-OUT SESSIONS 10:45-11:45AM
CLOSING PLENARY 1:45PM-3:00PM
The vibrancy of the wireless economy, what’s now and what’s next—from Wi-Fi 6 to the 5G experience.
1:00 PM: Registration
1:20 PM: Program Begins
Cellphone carriers often call their most valuable radio-wave licenses “beachfront” property. As with real estate, it pays to be in a prime location.
This study draws on participant observation and interviews with low-income adults in Chicago to show how the poor stay connected to phone service and mobile Internet through the possession of multiple phones, including those subsidized by governme
While several slices of spectrum can carry mobile internet, the most promising for rural school districts is one the Federal Communications Commission first reserved for educational television broadcasts in the 1960s.
At the start of 2018, a wide array of analysts predicted a dramatic upswing in the amount of money wireless network operators would spend improving their networks this year compared with spending in previous years.
More than 10.7 million low-income households in the United States lack access to quality internet service.
The Federal Communications Commission's Brendan Carr is taking off the gloves in a fight with San Jose (CA) Mayor Sam Liccardo.
Several elements involved in the deployment of Smart Cities rely on Federal Communications Commission activity or involvement. Let’s explore some of the policy issues and discussions that may be necessary to make Smart Cities happen in the near te
Cable Internet service providers (ISPs) can make smart cities become a reality and offer city planners successful case studies and useful planning steps for how to make their communities digital leaders.