Wireless Networks

The silver lining in GSA’s 2020 deadline to replace outdated TDM networks

by FedScoop Staff • 4 months ago

Agencies must soon replace TDM technologies but will benefit from lower costs and greater agility using open, software-defined networks, says new report.

Wanted: Contractor to provide government Wi-Fi network at Burning Man

by Tajha Chappellet-Lanier • 1 year ago

Yes, that Burning Man.

FirstNet opens $30M grant for broadband apps and innovations

by Colin Wood • 3 years ago

The federal agency wants to harness ideas from academia, nonprofits and the private sector to enhance communications for first responders.

FCC approves rules that lay the groundwork for 5G

by Jeremy Snow • 3 years ago

The Federal Trade Commission took a major step Thursday towards the future of wireless networks by approving the Spectrum Frontiers proposal –a new ruling that will open up a massive amount of spectrum space for both federal and non-federal organizations.

Federal wireless spending hits 5-year low — report

by Jeremy Snow • 3 years ago

Federal wireless spending reached a five-year low in 2015 thanks to streamlined procurement policies, according to a new survey released last week.

FCC proposes new spectrum opportunities for feds alongside massive increase

by Jeremy Snow • 3 years ago

The FCC proposal would open up a specific area on the spectrum band for federal and non-federal organizations to share.

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