AT&T to trial wireless over power lines
September 21, 2016
AT&T said it is preparing for field trials of a wireless technology that will be easier to deploy than fiber, can run over license-free spectrum and can deliver ultra-fast wireless connectivity to any home or handset. The carrier’s Project AirGig uses power lines to deliver wireless, a technology that has been around for years but has never been commercialized on a broad scale.
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