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.

TV White Space: Yurok Tribe to Be First to Benefit from New Device Offered by Carlson Wireless

Along the scenic Klamath River in Northern California, the Yurok Tribe is preparing for a new technology that will bring broadband connectivity to homes and businesses that previously may not have even had a working telephone. The Yurok Reservation stretches 44 miles along the Klamath-Trinity river in Del Norte and Humboldt counties. Internet access on the Reservation has…

Yurok Tribe First to Benefit from the New Remote Broadband Technology Offered by Carlson Wireless

ARCATA, CA— The Yurok Tribe of Northern California signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Carlson Wireless, making them the first native tribe in the nation to utilize available TV white space to bring broadband capabilities to their currently under serviced remote areas. “The Yurok Tribe’s IT Department is eagerly waiting to test drive our…

LongHaul ST Takes Best in Class at Backhaul Bakeoff Competition

Carlson Wireless CEO Jim Carlson and Sales Engineer Kiely Cronin recently attended Animal Farm, a conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, to talk about TV white-space technology and to pit the new LongHaul ST against competitors in an event called the Backhaul Bake-Off. Carlson Wireless Technologies (CWT) was honored to be asked to speak about TV white-space technology on the keynote…

Carlson Wireless at Animal Farm 2011

Carlson Wireless CEO Jim Carlson and Sales Engineer Kiely Cronin recently attended Animal Farm, a conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, to talk about TV white-space technology and to pit the new LongHaul ST against competitors in an event called the Backhaul Bake-Off. Carlson Wireless Technologies (CWT) was honored to be asked to speak about TV white-space…

Carlson Discusses Rural and Tribal Broadband with FCC

Jim Carlson, CEO of Carlson Wireless Technologies, met with Geoffrey Blackwell of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) at the TribalNet conference in Reno, Nev. in October. Blackwell, who heads the FCC’s newly-formed Office of Native Affairs and Policies, attended the conference in order to share information about the FCC’s National Broadband Plan with the several hundred tribal representatives…

Carlson Wireless Technologies to Exhibit at the Broadband Expo in Dallas, Texas November 1-3

Arcata, Calif. Oct. 27, 2010–Carlson Wireless Technologies will be exhibiting at the Broadband Expo in Dallas, Tex. Nov. 1-2, an event that focuses on “extending technology to rural America.” For more than a decade, Carlson Wireless has been committed to developing solutions that meet the unique challenges of connectivity in remote and rural communities. Carlson…

Carlson CEO Talks Broadband Access With FCC

Arcata (Oct. 14, 2010)–Jim Carlson, CEO of Arcata-based Carlson Wireless Technologies, met with Geoffrey Blackwell of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) at the TribalNet conference in Reno, Nev. last week. Blackwell, who heads the FCC’s newly-formed Office of Native Affairs and Policies, attended the conference in order to share information about the FCC’s National Broadband…

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Carlson was recently honored with a visit from a high-ranking international military official who is spearheading a large-scale deployment of Trailblazer radios in his home country of Bangladesh. Trailblazers will provide last-mile wireless communications between border guard headquarters and more than a dozen remote outposts scattered along the mountainous outskirts of Bangladesh. To meet the border guards’ communication…

Trailblazer Delivers Last-Mile Phone Service to Arctic Circle

Trailblazer is built for rugged conditions like those at the Arctic Bay Airport, located in the Qikiqtaaluk Region on Nunavut, Canada, the northernmost inhabited area of the world. Thanks to the Carlson Wireless Trailblazer Phone Line Extender, the Arctic Bay Airport now enjoys perfect wireline-quality telephone service. Our customer, Quebec City-based LSS V-Sat, needed a communications solution…