The Wave Wireless team recently enjoyed a night out at the Nationals game. The night was filled with games at the office, drinks, food, and a lot of fun!
We are excited to announce that the Wave Wireless team will move to a new location in Navy Yard on September 4, 2018. Our new address is 80 M ST SE, Washington DC 20003. We’ve spent the past few years in Dupont Circle, and we’ve definitely made some amazing memories here, but we’re excited for our new office space! Our new office is located right in the middle of the action in Navy Yard, and we can actually see some […]
Under the strains from more clients, more gadgets, and more applications, mobile networks have increasingly needed to transport higher traffic loads. This has been putting ample stress on the present framework and disappointing endorsers when they can’t utilize the services they have paid for. The increase in rush hour gridlock load will not only augment over the coming years, but it is also significantly changing how mobile operators plan, send and operate mobile systems, and charge for access. Small […]
DAS, a system that boosts the cellular signal reception and coverage, has become a must-have in the commercial space. While some may still view it as a layer that simply adds costs and complexity to a real estate project, DAS can be a significant value-add to any property. Then there’s another shade: the Public Safety DAS. There are requirements mandated by FCC for buildings to have emergency responder radio coverage system. Its systems and signal boosters provide first responders […]
If you’ve been abreast of the whole 5G hype, you’d know that the proposal of a nationalized 5G wireless network has stimulated lot of controversy, forming a wave of reaction across most agencies and the political spectrum. This could be because 5G network is becoming such a haloed technology in the industry with a lot of hopes and expectations of it. For starters, 5G or fifth generation network is the next G of mobility which would use high frequency airwaves […]
We are well into the second month in a brand new year and I have started to fervently check off new year’s list of things to accomplish; so far I think I’m doing a decent job. Now, what I also want to look back and review from last year is the tech-trend. Having always been amazed by how technology evolves and advances every passing day ( especially so in the wireless macrocosm), I wanted to check back on what technology […]
Amidst the intense debates over Net Neutrality, the long-prevalent problem of call drops in mobile networks is still a new burning subject for many people. Whether you’re taking or making a call, if it is interrupted before either party decides to end the call, it is known as the infamous call drop. The real culprit for the dropped calls may either be in the Macro or the Micro network, or both, but without the shadow of a doubt, it […]
Let’s get this one straight. If you need to cross the Atlantic pond and get to the other end, you can’t do it in a single-engine aircraft. Those are best suited for recreational and private use. Similarly, if you own an organization but attempt to run it on a residential grade Wi-Fi, you’re bound to experience similar things as you would at home – low on energy, low on productivity, and high on distractions.
Dropped calls and feeble data connections are modern day nuisances, but for public safety officers, it could very well be a matter of life and death. Every mobile connection, conversation, and video transmission counts when public safety is at stake. For this reason, the providers of dedicated public safety wireless communication networks aim to build a private system for public safety communications through full build-outs. Twenty-nine states have decided to opt-in to FirstNet and AT&T build-out plans that are […]