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Sombha Solutions and Tarana Announce Next-Generation Fixed Wireless Open Access Network in Uganda

Kampala, Uganda and Milpitas, California — May 23, 2024 — Sombha Solutions Store, a locally-owned Ugandan service provider to 500,000 subscribers, and Tarana, creator of next-generation fixed wireless access (ngFWA) broadband technology, officially announced a new, ngFWA-powered Open Access Network … Read More

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Principles of ngFWA Design: Multi-User MIMO

Multi-user distributed massive MIMO delivers more capacity than any other MIMO technology available today. … Read More

ISP Supplies Adds Tarana’s ngFWA Broadband Solution to Product Portfolio

unWired Broadband, Largest ngFWA Operator in CA, Expands Tarana-Powered Network

Fresno, California and Milpitas, California — April 23, 2024 — unWired Broadband and Tarana today announced their plans to expand affordable, high-speed internet service throughout Central and Northern California with G1 — Tarana’s next-generation fixed wireless access (ngFWA) broadband platform. … Read More

Principles of ngFWA Design: MIMO and Spatial Multiplexing

High capacity links are a hallmark of ngFWA. We look at two common techniques to add capacity to a link. … Read More

Mediacom Communications Leverages Tarana’s Wireless Solution to Meet RDOF Requirements and Expand Broadband to Unserved Markets

Mediacom Park, New York and Milpitas, California — April 9, 2024 — Mediacom Communications, the fifth largest cable operator in the United States, and Tarana, the world’s first manufacturer of next-generation fixed wireless access (ngFWA) broadband technology, today announced a … Read More

The Technology Letter — Tarana Wireless: One of Those Great Unsolved Tech Problems That Could Go Big

Principles of ngFWA Design: Forming Beams and Nulls

Beamforming is a critical component of ngFWA. Learn more about how Tarana’s G1 uses beams and RF nulls to provide endgame broadband while rejecting unwanted interference. … Read More