PROXIMITY IN THE NEWS
Proximity Wireless Consulting is in the news
We’ve been helping enterprise clients in a variety of industries stay seamlessly connected since 2002. We’re family owned and operated bringing our family values of honesty and integrity to a nationwide level. We give all our clients the full attention to their wireless network project they deserve, providing high quality service with professionalism and pride.
The media has noticed our best-in-class national service. Please follow the links below and read more about us. Contact us to keep your business connected.
Our Implementation Manager working on one of our many projects
More media coverage
An Article we wrote about Properly Mounting RFID tags (Radio Frequency Identification) onto Metal Surfaces
A Helpful Article on Properly Designing and Implementing Distributed Antenna Systems for In-Building Public Safety Coverage
Article from Thinking Bigger Business Media
Proximity Wireless chosen as one of Kansas City's Smart Companies to Watch for 2013
Proximity Wireless was voted by Ingram’s Magazine as one of Kansas City’s top 10 growth companies for 2012 and the recipient of the Ingram’s Small Business Award.
White Papers written by Keith Ebel, President of Proximity Wireless
An Overview of 800MHz Re-banding and Considerations for In-Building Wireless Systems
Article from Wireless Valley, Austin, Texas 11-1-05,
featuring Keith Ebel and Proximity Wireless.
Wireless Networks Will Likely Fail Unless Context, Coverage, and Capacity are Considered
Article from ABI Research
Article from the Washington Post
The following article is about spectrum being sold by the FCC to companies wanting to provide new wireless services. This is known as the Advanced Wireless Services Auction with frequencies in the 1710MHz range. These will be for fixed and mobile services such as voice, video, and data. There will be more demand for in-building wireless solutions because these 3G-4G type services will be running at higher frequencies than the current PCS 1900 services. The bottom line is the world is going wireless, completely wireless. Nothing against wire but the trends are clear, the drumbeat is loud…cut the wires!