Wireless – It’s complicated! Free Blandin Webinar Archive

Notes from yesterday’s webinar…

Wireless is complicated involving various technologies, geographic and topographic implications, legal considerations, pricing models, all wrapped in marketing jargon that is sure to confuse.

Join us for an informative webinar, aimed to give participants a more solid understanding about which wireless technologies will provide the broadband Internet your community wants and needs.


  • The various parts of the radio spectrum are allocated and used.
  • How your community’s topography and tree cover impacts wireless performance.
  • About licensed and unlicensed frequencies and why that matters.
  • About how fiber makes wireless better

Speaker: Albert Kangas, General Manager & COO
As General Manager and Chief Operating Officer of NewCore Wireless, Albert is responsible for overseeing the business, technical and day-to-day operations of the company. Albert has 24+ years of experience in wireless communications and is considered one of the leading experts in wireless communications. Having worked on all aspects of engineering and operating a wireless network, his knowledge and understanding of rural wireless networks is unrivaled.
Albert is frequently asked to speak on topics of LTE, backhaul, DAS, network build outs, industry insights and more.
Previously, Albert served as Director of Network Engineering and Operations at St. Cloud Wireless Holdings. During this time, Albert guided the team through technology changes, network expansions, system integrations and finally transitions to Verizon and Sprint.

This entry was posted in Blandin Foundation, Conferences, Wireless by Ann Treacy. Bookmark the permalink.

About Ann Treacy

I have a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science. I have been interested or involved in providing access to information through the Internet since 1994, when I worked for Minnesota’s first Internet service provider. I am pleased to be a part of the Blandin on Broadband Team. I also work with MN Coalition on Government Information, Minnesota Rural Partners, and the American Society for Information Science and Technology.

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