Kymeta and Intelsat announced that Kymeta’s KĀLO internet access service is available with broad initial geographic coverage. KĀLO combines Intelsat’s high-throughput satellite network with Kymeta’s flat panel, electronically-steered satellite terminals.
AT&T is conducting field trials of its broadband over power line technology, named Project AirGig, in Georgia and an undisclosed location outside the U.S. AT&T says the technology can support Gbps data rates.
Verizon has selected Ericsson to provide the networking equipment for Verizon’s 28 GHz, pre-standard 5G fixed wireless access service, which will be deployed in several U.S. communities during the second half of 2018.
A white paper published by 5G Americas discusses the cellular technology advancements enabling the growth of the internet of things (IoT) market, including applications for wearables, health care and connected vehicles.
Fabless, mobile filter start-up Resonant Inc. announced that samples of a full band 41 filter with high power handling are available from one of its customers. The HiPower™ filter meets the high power handset requirements for U.S. and Chinese carriers and may be suitable for network infrastructure applications.