Aereo, continuing its business-as-usual approach even as broadcasters and others try to shut it down, has announced a new pricing structure for its TV streaming service and said that it will launch in the Atlanta metro area beginning June 17.
CommScope and Ooredoo, a carrier serving the Middle East, north Africa and southeast Asia, have developed what they believe is the world's first factory-assembled tower tops for base station remote radios. The tower tops are pre-assembled according to a single global design standard.
In the technology industry, words like "newer," "faster" and "smarter" tend to dominate the space, so much so that we often forget the benefits of the technology we were using before our current gadgets. These benefits may have been omitted from more recent versions of technology for a variety of reasons such as design or cost. But two nascent companies, Aereo and Boxee, are encouraging online video viewers to take another look at a time-tested technology: antennas.
Antenna developer SkyCross said unnamed major handset manufacturers will this year begin deploying its VersiTune-LTE Antenna, which supports operators' carrier-aggregation requirements.
Electronics manufacturer RCA today introduced an Android tablet featuring two tuners that allow users to access free live TV on the go. A story in AllThingsD reports that the RCA Mobile TV Tablet includes "two built-in tuner--one standard over-the-air DTV tuner for when you're stationary and one mobile tuner for when you're on the go."
CommScope's Argus UltraBand ultra-wideband antenna system is designed to support nine frequency bands for major air-interface standards, which the company said could reduce the number of antennas in operators' networks and lower their tower leasing costs.
Rice University announced that its engineers have made a breakthrough in wireless technology that would allow mobile operators to double the throughput in their networks without adding any cellular
During next week's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Ericsson ( NASDAQ:ERIC ) will showcase a mobile network radio solution called antenna integrated radio (AIR) that integrates the antenna