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What RCC Consultants' Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing means to customers | ...
On May 1, 2015, RCC Consultants (RCC) filed a voluntary chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Distr
7 Workers Who Didn’t Make It Home | Safety content from EHS Today
There were 4,585 direct workplace fatalities in 2013, and annually more than 50,000 people die from long-term exposure to hazardous substanc
FCC raises the curtain on the Citizens Broadband Radio Service
Shared use of 3. 5 GHz band promises greater efficiency, but much work still needs to be done before operations can begin.
OSHA rulemaking on communication tower worker safety | Lexology
Last October OSHA Administrator David Michaels had, stated that “we at OSHA are very concerned about the rising number of tower worker death
4,585 Reasons for Workers Memorial Day | Safety content from EHS Today
In 2013, 4585 people died on the job because of unsafe working conditions. That number, while much lower than in 1970 when the Occupational
Tiger Teams and the FCC Enforcement Bureau | View from the Top
By Mark E. Crosby, President and CEO, EWA We remain dumbfounded that the FCC leadership continues to extol the virtues of its plans to signi
FirstNet conducts initial in-person meeting with single points of contac...
FirstNet conducts its first in-person meeting with the single points of contact (SPOCs) from throughout the nation, and the feedback was gre
Analysts: Verizon's prospects for winning FirstNet project increasing
In a report reviewing American Tower's prospects for improving its tower business, analysts at Macquarie Research say they are increasingly
Using Drones to Inspect Mobile Towers Infrastructure
Solusia Air says that it been awarded an exemption from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to deploy unmanned aircraft systems (drone
Engineers get tornado-damaged radio tower back online
Two KOMA towers fell victim to the severe weather.
The seven deadly sins of fiber cable installations
From poor fiber cable protection, congested ducts and planned cables, what are the worst issues installers find when deploying fiber in the
Pane of glass falls from Trump Tower under construction in downtown Vanc...
A pane of glass fell and shattered on West Georgia Street on Tuesday afternoon from the Trump International Hotel & Tower under construction
Fitness Trackers and Smartwatches Attracting Very Different Segments of ...
Age, income, and gender vary greatly among fitness tracker and smartwatch owners, according to NPD.
Sprint to expand and improve LTE network, may add up to 20,000 cell sites
Sprint plans to significantly expand its LTE network by adding potentially up to 20,000 cell sites and repurposing existing sites, according
FCC should create a 40 MHz reserve for 600 MHz auction, public interest ...
A coalition of public interest groups urged the FCC to adopt a spectrum reserve of at least 40 MHz for the 600 MHz incentive auction, one of
Flying Small Cells for Rural Coverage using Drones and Balloons
Image: Google Loon Balloon "We will begin exploring 'Air Masts'," EE CEO Olaf Swantee wrote. These are "essentially aerial small cells posit