Chapter 36: Tales from the Towers – a take on Ubiquiti’s woes

I’ve rewritten this article several times in the last few weeks due to the sinking stock price of Ubiquiti (Nasdaq: UBNT). Since the first part of this article was based on where I thought the company is going and Ubiquiti stock has been sinking faster than Eddie Murphy’s box office appeal from Pluto Nash, I […]

Tales from the Towers, Chapter 35: Ubiquiti versus Canopy/Cambium for WISPs

Before you start reading this article, let me warn you first that it is longest one I’ve written and the only one in which the manufacturers I talk about see the text before publication. I have my opinions and perceptions as many of you do.  However, I also wanted this article to be factually accurate […]

Tales from the Towers, Chapter 33: What’s your vector, Victor?

I participate in various forums that cover the wireless industry. One of the things I enjoy hearing about is that unlicensed frequencies can’t work in certain applications for various reasons. Too much interference, too expensive, and if it’s possible why anyone else hasn’t done it, are common objections and just get my hackles up. The […]

Tales from the Towers, Chapter 27: 2.4 GHz for PTP mission critical applications across a city? Are you nuts?

Although I live in Triadland and have been accused of not having a grip in reality, everything I talk about has either already been deployed or passed internal testing and is ready for deployment.  Back in the real world, the fact is the government hasn’t assigned enough unlicensed bandwidth to make a big dent in […]