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Pinedale roundup | Pinedale Airport officially reopens

PINEDALE – Pinedale airport reopened at 5 p.m. on Thursday, September 30, Abram Pearce, public works manager for the town of Pinedale, confirmed to Roundup. The airport runway project, including the asphalt pavement and layout, was largely completed on Thursday morning. The airport was originally scheduled to reopen on September …

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Smart solar growth in the Adirondacks

Never say that New York has regulations for everything. Just two years ago, the Adirondack Park Agency shelved plans to release a renewable energy development policy, saying “policy updates were unnecessary.” This is not true, especially when it comes to solar farms. Agency staff, as the Adirondack Explorer recently reported …

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The fastest (and slowest) internet speeds in the world

When CEOs of large companies sell their stocks, investors can’t help but notice. After all, these decisions have a direct effect on the personal wealth of these insiders, which can say a lot about their beliefs about the future direction of the companies they run. Considering that Big Tech stocks …

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[Funding alert] Deeptech startup Astrome raises $ 3.4 million for market expansion and commercialization of its core technology

Starting Deeptech Astrome, with offices in Bangalore and California, has raised $ 3.4 million in a bridge tower led by the IAN Fund; Urania Ventures (Germany); and Lakshmi Narayanan, Founder, Cognizant. According to the official statement, other investors including Impact Collective (South Korea), ArtPark (India) and a consortium of US-based …

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Legal issues surrounding the installation of cell towers

introduction Cell towers are a technology that has made it possible to connect around the world. This technology has both advantages and disadvantages. Due to unprecedented growth in the telecommunications industry, a huge increase in mobile voice and data traffic and an exponential increase in a number of cell towers …

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How a drone-in-a-box can help fight forest fires

Percepto The alarming increase in the number of forest fires is not going to go away. In fact, the frequency of fires is expected to increase by around 27% globally by 2050. Regions such as North America, Northern Eurasia and Australia are considered to be the most susceptible to fires …

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The digital divide and broadband in California | CalMatters

In summary Stakeholders from across California participated in a moderated discussion about the state’s digital divide and its effects on small businesses. The pandemic has exposed all kinds of inequalities, including high-speed internet access. Nearly a quarter of California households did not have a broadband subscription in 2019, according to …

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OQ Technology Unveils US and European Patent Portfolio to Improve Satellite Communications | VanillaMore

5G satellite operator QO technology revealed six pending patent applications in the United States and Europe that will improve IoT and M2M satellite communications in remote locations. OQ Technology’s patent applications include ‘wake-up’ technology for satellite Internet of Things (IoT) devices, IoT device location, frequency and timing synchronization, inter-satellite link …

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After complaints, NDMC suspends installation of mobile towers

Outlook September 20, 2021 6:29 PM IST After complaints, NDMC suspends installation of mobile towers perspectivesinde.com 1970-01-01T05: 30: 00 + 0530 New Delhi, Sep 20 (PTI) The NDMC on Monday issued an instruction to suspend the installation of new ‘mobile cellular towers on wheels’ in its areas and to examine …

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MASTERSON ONLINE: Postcard from Ground Zero

This original version of this column was published on September 10, 2002. With the 20th anniversary of September 11 now a week behind us, I felt it remains a fitting reminder of the promise we made to ourselves to never forget. A year ago tonight, Jamie Stockton and Tyler Fowlkes …

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Cellular project in Virginia receives million dollar grant

September 17 — LEBANON, Virginia – A project serving Buchanan and Tazewell counties in Virginia will bring new cell phone service to a 20-mile section of US Highway 460 and serve approximately 25 existing businesses to receive a grant from $ 1 million, officials from the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) …

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The US government’s comedic approach to information warfare

The internet is teeming with cats, robots and trolls. Malicious messages, disguised as foreign agents trying to wreak political and social chaos, compete for attention in comment threads, social media ads and sophisticated big data-assisted influencing campaigns. It can be difficult to connect with others through noise. It can be …

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5G soars to the stars

// php echo do_shortcode (‘[responsivevoice_button voice=”US English Male” buttontext=”Listen to Post”]’)?> Prepare to never have an excuse to be off the grid again. The latest update to the 5G New Radio (5G NR) standard will allow compatible devices to connect to 5G compatible satellites anywhere in the world, without the …

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We Need It To Work: Mendocino County OES Joins FCC Emergency Notification System Test • The Mendocino Voice | Mendocino County, CAThe Mendocino Voice

MENDOCINO Co., 08/10/21 – “THIS IS A TEST of the National Wireless Emergency Alert System. No action is necessary. Fifty-seven Mendocino County smartphone users are expected to receive this message at 11:20 a.m. on Wednesday as part of the Federal Communications Commission’s efforts to improve the way we notify and …

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Wireless radiation exposure for children is too high

Environmental working group A peer-reviewed study by the Environmental Working Group recommends strict health-based exposure standards for children and adults for radiofrequency radiation emitted by wireless devices. EWG’s guideline for children is the first of its kind and fills a gap left by federal regulators. The study, published in the …

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Buildings rented for mobile phone towers to pay additional tax

Chennai: A resolution was passed in 2009 to calculate the property tax for building owners, who have rented cell phone towers, based on the rents received by owners from telecommunications companies. Later, another resolution was passed fixing Rs 15,000 (semi-annual) as the property tax for all buildings. According to records, …

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Buffalo Fire near Huntley receives FEMA grant

HUNTLEY – Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte announced Monday morning that the state has secured a FEMA grant to help cover the costs of fighting the Buffalo Fire near Huntley. The fire exploded Friday night near the Huntley Project and reportedly burned 288 acres on Monday. Three structures were destroyed by …

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Upstate Cellular Service Report Ready for Release New York State

Almost two years have passed since the Northern State Cellular Coverage Task Force met to improve missing cell phone service in rural and sparsely populated communities, but officials have questioned Thursday that the group would meet again. Governor Andrew Cuomo created the Cellular Task Force, administered by Empire State Development, …

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a day in the life of a tour climber

We’ve been working flexibly for some time, but what is your day like when your office is nearly 100 meters above the ground, often in the middle of nowhere? Here’s why repair builder Aaron Wallace does it. “What is our real job title? Good question! ”Aaron tells me from a …

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Surfside, Florida condo accuses city of delaying major repairs

Just three days before the Champlain South Towers collapsed in Florida, the condominium manager allegedly accused the town of Surfside of “delaying” urgent renovations and repairs. “While we are ready to bid for our project [we] need to get answers to these questions, ”Scott Stewart reportedly wrote to the city’s …

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List of emergency supplies you should have

It is recommended that you keep and maintain a disaster preparedness kit for anyone living in an area regularly threatened by hurricanes. The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30, but storms are known to occur before and after these dates. Authorities are encouraging residents to assemble …

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Smartify Media joins the growing Digital Locations network

SANTA BARBARA, Calif., June 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Digital Locations, Inc. (DLOC), the leading aggregator and marketplace for small 5G cell sites, today announced that it has reached an agreement with Smartify Media to add its locations to digital locations small cell database. Smartify Media turns any storefront or …

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Ham Radio Field Day arrives in Belfast, June 26-27

BELFAST – Amateur radio operators of the Waldo County Amateur Radio Association in the Belfast area will participate in a national amateur radio exercise from noon on Saturday to Sunday noon from June 26 to 27 at Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast. The event is ARRL Field Day (www.arrl.org/FieldDay), …

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Stingray phone trackers targeted by new US bill

Law enforcement may soon have to obtain a warrant before using cell site simulators, often referred to as stingrays. Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon and Representative Ted Lieu of California presented a new invoice this week to end the warrantless use of Stingray phone trackers to protect the privacy of …

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Crown Castle Extends Maturity of Existing Credit Facility

HOUSTON, June 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Crown Castle International Corp. (NYSE: CCI) (“Crown Castle”) today announced that it has amended its senior unsecured credit facility (“Credit Facility”), consisting of a senior unsecured revolving credit facility and a senior unsecured credit facility. $ 1.2 billion senior unsecured term loan A. …

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What to put in your seismic emergency kit

Hello! My name is Jessica Roy and I work on the utility journalism team here at the LA Times. Welcome to Week 1 of Unshaken, the LA Times newsletter guide to earthquake preparedness and resilience. Over the next six weeks, we’re breaking down disaster preparedness into digestible to-do lists so …

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Concerns over construction of new 5G towers at Fairhope

FAIRHOPE, Alabama (WKRG) – 5G sounds like a good thing, but it depends on how the setup process goes in Baldwin County before everyone is on board. “I’m afraid there are no restrictions on these or anything governing their appearance,” said City Council President Jack Burrell. The new 5G towers …

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Data centers and other alternative sectors ready to take off

Earlier this month, the announcement was made that Blackstone Infrastructure Partners, Blackstone Real Estate Income Trust and other long-term perpetual capital vehicles managed by Blackstone would acquire all outstanding common shares from QTS Realty Trust for approximately $ 10 billion. David Bonser, who co-leads Corporate and Finance practice in the …

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Rogers consolidates its place in the Okanagan

Kelowna is now part of Rogers’ DNA. The Canadian communications company has always loved the lakeside city and shows it with a $ 16 million investment to bring reliable 5G wireless technology to Okanagan communities and a customer solutions hub in the city with 350 employees. “We have looked at …

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5G rollout in Tucson met with opposition

TUCSON (KVOA) – This is the much anticipated future of mobile service, but for many Tucsonians 5G is not a future they’ve asked for. These days, 5G towers are popping up all over the place, and many owners tell investigators at News 4 Tucson they’re pissed off. “They kept it …

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Tiger Woods, Torrey Pines and a look back at history

Woods electrified the masses with an inward under-30 score in Friday’s second round to sign a 68 that put him one stroke ahead. Then Woods delivered a performance on Saturday that triggered the Richter Scale, one performed in front of a prime-time audience on the East Coast. In a six-hole …

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City seeks better rates for cellular antennas

June 01, 2021 After a tumultuous 2020 where COVID-19 disrupted both classroom teaching and graduation exercises, hundreds of seniors have returned to normalcy in recent days through ceremonies celebrating both their accomplishments academics and the fight against the pandemic. Still, the coronavirus has loomed over proceedings held at various Surry …

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Thesis scholarship recipients shine | U Daily

Article by Karen B. Roberts Photos by Evan Krape June 11, 2021 The University of Delaware awarded 10 doctoral students from the 2020 and 2021 cohorts with thesis prizes for outstanding work in their field of study. The awards were announced at the hooded PhD ceremony on Thursday, May 27, …

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