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A podcast dedicated to discussing the latest in mobile technology. Each episode features relevant topics to educate our listeners and help them make decisions about the rapidly changing wireless world.
Feb 26, 2021
Bridging Tucson's Digital Divide
Collin Boyce, Chief Information Officer at the City of Tucson, AZ, joins Melissa Ashurst, VP of Emerging Markets at JMA, to discuss the city's award-winning CBRS deployment. In collaboration with its partners, JMA is helping Tucson bring free, public internet access to 5,000 households, largely in the school districts most affected by the digital divide. That's just phase one of the project. This year JMA will begin work on phase two, which will deliver the same reliable connectivity to more public areas across Tucson. With help from JMA, Tucson is extending an economic lifeline to its most vulnerable citizens and preparing its wireless infrastructure for smart city applications. Learn more about how we're bridging the Digital Divide in Tucson here: https://jmawireless.com/tucson-digital-divide/
Oct 20, 2020
Fast Roll Off (FRO) Antenna Technology
Aug 24, 2020
An Inside Look: Hospitality Connectivity
Jamie Cano is a Senior IT Manager at Marriot International, focusing on their distributed antenna systems. He joins Fernando Perez, JMA's VP of Business Development, to discuss 5G-readiness, hospitality innovation and the importance of wireless industry collaboration.
Aug 12, 2020
Legacy DAS vs. JMA Software Flexibility
Efficiently building and growing large footprint solutions requires cost-effectively addressing what is needed today, as well as providing a seamless path to critical upgrades when required. JMA’s software-defined remote units (SDRU) address those key elements directly, supporting software deployment flexibility across 9 bands, removing the need to deploy all bands and full power Day 1. Deferring future need-based capacity allows platform owners to deploy a cost-effective solution to address immediate connectivity needs while retaining the ability to upgrade future bandwidth and broader feature capabilities on the fly. This approach provides greater utility of platform warranties as well, deferring warranty start on unused bands until they are activated.
Jul 16, 2020
The move toward the fourth industrial revolution is one where factories have machines that are augmented with wireless connectivity for sensors, control, visual inspection, and more, which in turn are connected to a system that can visualize the entire production line and make decisions on its own. In essence, Industry 4.0 is the trend toward communications, automation, and data exchange in manufacturing technologies and processes that include cyber-physical systems (CPS), the internet of things (IoT), industrial internet of things (IIOT), cognitive computing, and artificial intelligence.
Jun 11, 2020
Maximizing Wireless Utility Through Software Based Networks
Jun 10, 2020
Priority Access Licenses (PALs)
Jun 10, 2020
Spectrum Access System (SAS)
Jun 9, 2020
CBRS vs. WiFi