Tales from the Towers: Chapter 62 – Ubiquiti versus Mimosa Networks PTP– Battle Royale?

Well, not really a Battle Royale more like a thumb wrestling match. It wasn’t what we wanted but the weather Gods just made it tough to do much more so it at least gives us a foundation to start with. At 112 degrees Fahrenheit outside and the temperatures on the roof and tower being much […]

Tales From the Towers: Chapter 61 – Migration is for the Birds

We’ve talked about migrating from 802.11n to 802.11ac or from one manufacturer to another and all the pains involved with that. Sometimes it goes as smoothly as putting on a bandaid, other times more like ripping it off, taking the scab with it, and then it keeps throbbing for days after. Before I make you […]

Summit County, Colorado FTTP RFI and wireless RFI

There are two Requests for Information from Summit County, Colorado pertaining to their plan to deploy fiber to the premises and wireless broadband. (1) Request for Information for Partnership for Deployment of Fiber-to-the-Premises Description: Request for Information for Partnership for Deployment of Fiber-to-the-Premises (FTTP) in Summit County, Colorado This Request for Information (RFI) to convey […]

Tales from the Towers Chapter 60: Who invited you to the party?

WISPs are under attack on multiple fronts. For years, WISPs were content to hide in the hills and valleys in the United States and in the underserved areas around the rest of the world. When the Internet expanded, companies like NetFlix and YouTube, and bandwidth-intensive applications began to push DSL and cable providers to increase […]

Telebeam wins injunction against NYC Wi-Fi project pending appeal

The saga of the LinkNYC Wi-Fi project’s dispute with Telebeam isn’t over. The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit granted Telebeam’s motion for an injunction pending appeal in Telebeam’s lawsuit against the city of New York, the Department of Information, Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT), and CityBridge LLC. This means that Telebeam does not […]