"This guidance is part of the Mayor’s commitment to enhance mobile and fixed connectivity in the capital. It helps end uncertainty which has stopped or slowed infrastructure being put in place across London with a new, consistent approach," says City of London chief digital officer Theo Blackwell. "At City Hall we are working to ensure we have the digital connectivity infrastructure needed through our new Connected London programme, to support Londoners in areas of poor connectivity and assist the future roll out of 5G, which will hugely benefit businesses and the public alike."
"In launching the GSMA Inclusive Tech Lab, we are taking a bold new step to support and stimulate innovation through greater experimentation and a willingness to take risks," says John Giusti, chief regulatory officer at the GSMA. "The Lab will allow our team of dedicated 'technopreneurs' the opportunity to take a hands-on approach to break down the barriers to economic and social inclusion further."
"An audience poll here at the Edge Computing Congress," writes Ray Le Maistre, "showed that almost all attendees at the first morning's keynotes (almost 300 in the room -- my estimate) saw the main financial opportunity related to edge computing as being related to new revenue opportunities from new or enhanced services (rather than cost savings)" - though experts say cost savings are definitely there for the taking too.
"The initiation of ICD validates the ability of Federal and civil users to work together to share spectrum, a feat that many had claimed could not be accomplished," says Dr. Eric Schmidt. "I look forward to seeing the innovation in wireless services, business models, and technologies that this will enable."
"Any government that prices spectrum to maximise revenue now does so with full knowledge that its actions will have negative repercussions on citizens and the development of mobile services.," says GSMA's Brett Tarnutzer. "We now have clear evidence that shows by restricting the financial ability of operators to invest in mobile networks millions of consumers are suffering."
"The main idea for my narrowband transponder solution," Estevez explains, "is that the BeagleBone Black will just run some software which controls the LimeSDR Mini and streams IQ samples using Ethernet to and from another computer where all the heavy duty work is done."
"Over the next few years, LEO satellites will be abundantly available at favourable geometric configurations and will transmit in several frequency bands," Inside GNSS explains, "making them an accurate and robust navigation source."
"Let the developers hack on DSP," say the maintainers of the popular software defined radio development toolkit. "Software interfaces are for humans, not the other way around."
The combination of the LimeSDR Mini low-cost software defined radio platform and satcom software distributed on a dedicated app store designed to accelerate development while bringing down the barriers to entry.