For more than a decade, Carlson has designed and developed products to deliver high-speed Internet and wireline-quality voice connectivity to rural communities and businesses with remote operations. Specializing in hard-to-reach regions, Carlson provides fixed-wireless systems using TV white-space and microwave technology to deliver full voice and data connections no matter how rugged the terrain. More than 20 million customers in nearly 200 communities, from the Arctic Circle to the jungles of Peru, rely on Carlson radios for their broadband needs, Carlson serves customers in the telecommunications, public safety and energy industries.

Carlson Wireless Announces Third-Generation TV White Space Radio and Equity Crowdfunding Campaign

SUNNYVALE, Calif., May 18, 2015 — Carlson Wireless Technologies, a global leader in TV White Space (TVWS) technology, announced today the development of the newest generation of its TVWS radio, the RuralConnect. With three times the speed and at half the cost, RuralConnect Generation 3 will be superior to other products currently available in the marketplace.…

IWCE Expo 2015

It’s that time of year again! Carlson Wireless is off to the IWCE Expo next week in Las Vegas, Nevada. You can visit Jim Carlson and Carlson Wireless in booth #1772. Jim Carlson, CEO, will also be speaking on a panel at the show. Cognitive Radio, TV White Space and Spectrum Resources WHEN: Wednesday, March…


Carlson Announces Partnership with WifiForward Coalition

Today, Carlson Wireless announces a new partnership with WifiForward, “an ad hoc, broad-based group of companies, organizations and public sector institutions working to alleviate the Wi-Fi spectrum crunch and to support making Wi-Fi even better by finding more unlicensed spectrum.” Other member companies include: the American Library Association, Best Buy, Broadcom, CCIA, CEA, Comcast, Google,…


Carlson Wireless will be attending the WISPAPALOOZA event this week in Las Vegas! Be sure to stop by booth #439, and join us on Wednesday 10/15 for the panel discussion “What is Next in Standards” where Jim Carlson, CEO, will be discussing the foreseeable future regarding the 802.11 and 802.22 regulations.