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Comment by John Moran This sounds very much like conventional RFID communications protocol. If that is the case, then the modulation depth will be ...

John Moran on Battery-free wifi network inches closer to reality for IoT
Comment by Abbas Nice development, I am interested to know, if there is any effect on the quality of signal (between wireless router ...

Abbas on Battery-free wifi network inches closer to reality for IoT
Comment by Ashley Guest Typical of Vodafone, blaming root metrics, I've been a Vodafone customer for 10 months and travel the county and can ...

Ashley Guest on Vodafone UK hits out at poor network quality rating
Comment by J L Guimaraes Thanks God that is the real for corporations! We have to celebrate: if things goes different in the corporate world, their ...

J L Guimaraes on A quick memo
Comment by Scott Bicheno Thanks Kevin. I wouldn't be surprised to see a bit more M&A activity in the handset market but it's not ...

Scott Bicheno on Samsung arrives at its smartphone moment of truth
Comment by Kevin Howard In the handset market it is a minefield out there and commoditisation has arrived as Scott rightly points out. The ...

Kevin Howard on Samsung arrives at its smartphone moment of truth
Comment by James Vincent I think what needs to happen is EE need to make more of an effort of getting 4G to match ...

James Vincent on EE says 4G Broadcast in UK is inevitable
Comment by dennis What is significant about this move is that Cisco is not just focusing on development for it's own good but ...

dennis on Cisco invests $30m in IoT centre in Barcelona
Comment by Pete B Sounds a little too jazzy... what impact does this have on bandwidth management over the backhaul network (particularly over the ...

Pete B on SK Telecom and Ericsson demonstrate potential 5G tech
Comment by Michael Elling (@Infostack) This is exactly the approach I proposed to Sprint in 1997-98 when I brought them the MMDS spectrum which is ...

Michael Elling (@Infostack) on Chinese telcos forge network sharing deal
Comment by Kieran Byrne Ofcom should be applying pressure to telecoms providers to pass the wholesale savings through to their end users, instead of ...

Kieran Byrne on Ofcom seeks to lower UK mobile termination rates yet again
Comment by bob Our local post office has a TV over the counter showing dismal but weirdly compelling ads for local dry-cleaners and ...

bob on Post Office to get into the MVNO game via EE
Comment by Clifford Thornton With that kind of speed wireless will become even more immersed in our lives; a constant presence. This will probably ...

Clifford Thornton on Ericsson flexes 5G muscle with 5Gbps demo
Comment by John It has zero to do with Morrow and the run rate has not improved from what was forecast 12 months ...

John on Australian NBN claims deployment boost under Morrow

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