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Wilson Electronics: in-building connectivity challenges ‘ever present’ in 2020

5G will have a presence in 2020, but will still not be as ubiquitous as 4G LTE According to Bruce Lancaster, CEO at Wilson Electronics, signal amplification or boosting will continue to be cost effective and critical for solving in-building connectivity issues in 2020. As,...

What’s next for the wireless industry? Technology predictions for 2019 (Reader Forum)

The wireless industry has undergone dramatic changes this year. We’re moving ever-closer to 5G availability. The FCC held a vote on eliminating the personal use restriction in Part 20.21 for cell signal boosters, and LEED-certified buildings, while rising in popularity, contain materials that block...

Evaluating enterprise in-building cellular solutions

From business case to technology, enterprises need in-building cellular, but how do you find the solution that's best for you? Often referred to as the fourth utility, right up there with electricity, water and gas, in-building cellular coverage is an imperative for a modern enterprise....

CES 2015: Cell signal booster update

LAS VEGAS – Service providers that want to boost coverage and capacity indoors often consider DAS, small cells, signal boosters and/or Wi-Fi offload, or a combination of these approaches. Infrastructure providers are looking at ways to combine more than one of these solutions, and now...

Cell signal boosters vs. DAS

California's Department of Motor Vehicles knew that cellular coverage was inadequate at its Sacramento headquarters. The 500,000-square-foot facility needed to support not only its own workforce but also the hundreds of people who use cellphones while waiting in line each day, many of whom...

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