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33% of your customers are going to leave you for a service provider that delivers higher speeds[1].

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Posted by Boris Maysel
on April 18, 2017

It wasn’t too long ago that security professionals were skeptical about installing a wireless surveillance network when a traditional fiber network was not an option. They would often cast doubt...

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Posted by Alex Doorduyn
on March 21, 2017

The first science experiment with millimeter waves occurred in 1897, conducted by Indian scientist Jagadish Chandra Bose. He conducted trials to measure different properties of materials, actually...

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Posted by Boris Maysel
on February 27, 2017

While 5G specifications are still in process and in fact won’t be complete until 2020, there is plenty to start thinking about today.

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Posted by Yigal Leiba
on January 30, 2017

Smart City Enhanced parking lot security can provide us with peace of mind while we shop, travel, work or visit a business. Video surveillance and emergency phones in parking lots are often great...

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Posted by Alex Doorduyn
on January 05, 2017

Why should 5GHz & 60GHz team up? It’s all about the customer experience.

Growing capacity demands? Always on access? That’s what consumers expect to get, and 5GHz Wi-Fi is gearing up to provide....

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Posted by Danny BenSimhon
Multigigabit, Optimal spectrum, wireless
on September 26, 2016

I’m about to tell you why millimeter waves are the best thing since sliced bread: how they provide high capacity, are immune to interference and suitable for dense deployment and no, you don’t...

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Posted by Boris Maysel
on November 02, 2015

Continuing my previous post that was an introduction to millimeter waves, I want to go deeper into the 3 major differences between E-band and V-band frequencies:

1. E-band gives you protection...

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Posted by Boris Maysel
v-band, e-band
on February 02, 2015
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