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5G: Incremental Change or the Next Revolution

One of the great things about my job as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at TIA is getting to work with some the top technology leaders in the telecommunications industry.

Incentive Auction Launch is Major Step Towards Freeing Needed Spectrum

The FCC this week began the first-of-its-kind voluntary auction of television broadcast spectrum, launching a vitally important government effort to free up spectrum needed for wireless broadband services.

The U.S. Tech Industry is Driving Innovations to Meet the Nation’s Biggest Challenges – Can the Government Keep Pace?

In his final State of the Union address, President Obama raised an important question: how do we reignite the spirit of innovation to meet the nation’s biggest challenges?

TIA Hosts Capitol Hill Policy Forum on Securing the IoT Network

TIA was proud to host “Securing the IoT Network – A Policy Forum” on Thursday, June 8 as a  part of a new series of Capitol Hill educational events the association is spearheading.

TIA Hosts First Cabling Systems Committee Meeting of 2020 and Welcomes New Leaders

TIA’s TR-42 Committee met the week of January 27th to elect officers and plan out work for the year ahead. We had a productive week in New Orleans hearing from our members and partners and shaping the committee’s leadership and goals for 2020. The meetings were filled with substantive presentations, liaison reports, and discussions during…

TIA’s Engineering Committee on Mobile and Personal Private Radio Standards Honors Volunteer Leadership

When asked to define the ideal leader, many would emphasize traits and skills such as intelligence, self-awareness, being a good listener, a motivator and a visionary—and perhaps even a few more personal qualities.

USDOT to Develop National Rules for Self-Driving Cars within the Next Six Months

Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) took a major step in the right direction when it comes to embracing self-driving car technology.