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Wireless 101: What is LTE in Unlicensed Bands?

You’ve heard a lot about LTE in unlicensed bands, but what does it mean for the average consumer? Quite simply, it means a better user experience, better coverage, greater security and faster speeds. Testing also shows it coexists well with Wi-Fi, and can make your Wi-Fi experience even better. Learn more about LTE in unlicensed […]

CTIA Statement on the Spectrum Pipeline Act

In response to the Spectrum Pipeline Act, I issued the following statement: “The Spectrum Pipeline Act is an important first step forward in meeting the wireless industry’s long-term need for additional spectrum by directing the auction of 30 MHz of spectrum below 3 GHz and requiring the FCC and NTIA to identify an additional 100 MHz […]

CTIA Statement on the FCC’s 600 MHz Incentive Auction Commencement of Operations Report and Order

In response to the FCC’s 600 MHz Incentive Auction Commencement of Operations Report and Order, I said: “We appreciate the Commission’s work to develop a flexible framework for accessing repurposed 600 MHz spectrum in a way that will allow wireless providers to commence operations in the spectrum they have purchased in a timely manner, while […]

CTIA Statement After the FCC’s October Open Meeting

In response to the FCC’s October open meeting, I said: “CTIA commends the Commission on today’s important step to free up additional spectrum so that the U.S. remains the world mobile leader. It will play a critical role in the U.S. wireless industry’s migration to 5G. Today’s action also reminds us that the diversity of 5G […]

CTIA Statement on the Formation of the EVOLVE Coalition

In response to the formation of the new EVOLVE coalition, I said: “CTIA is a proud member of EVOLVE, which is a diverse coalition dedicated to educating consumers and policymakers about the user benefits of LTE in the unlicensed band. Given that almost 60 percent of wireless traffic is offloaded to Wi-Fi, EVOLVE members are […]

The U.S. is a Global Leader in 4G LTE

The U.S. is a global leader in 4G LTE. We were one of the first countries to deploy 4G LTE starting in 2010 and have expanded coverage, deployed advanced technology and enabled high speed broadband networks to stay at the forefront. We are one of the world’s leaders in 4G LTE coverage. Mosaik Solutions recently reported […]

CTIA Statement on the Broadband Opportunity Council Report

In response to the White House issuing its Broadband Opportunity Council Report, I said: “We appreciate the White House’s focus on speeding broadband deployment and, in particular, on the importance of timely access to federal buildings and lands for deploying wireless broadband facilities. Streamlining and clarifying federal agency processes and procedures can speed further broadband […]

FCC Wheeler: Broadcasters Will Show up to Incentive Auction

During his #SuperMobility fireside chat with Los Angeles Times Jon Healey, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler says that he’s confident the broadcasters will show up to the incentive spectrum auction. After talking with News Corp CEO James Murdoch, he says his company will show up since the broadcast business changed since consumers can still get Fox […]

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