Say Goodbye to Space Junk and Hello to Airborne Wireless

But Airborne Wireless Network believes it has the answer. The company is currently in the process of testing its revolutionary new Infinitus Network — which will create a world-wide meshed communications network thanks in part to thousands of commercial aircraft that will be in the air anyway.

The Sky is the Limit with Airborne Wireless

Innovative new tech start-up, Airborne Wireless Network (ABWN) is off to a fantastic start in its efforts to provide seamless wireless communications to burgeoning urban areas and underserved areas thanks

Airborne Wireless Looks to Expand Broadband Options

Providing broadband service and coverage for growing rural areas is becoming a real challenge due to limited availability of towers and infrastructure.

New Communication Network Could Be a Boom for First Responders During Disasters

When Hurricane Irma scoured the Florida Keys last year, first responders were ready to help those in need that failed to evacuate. There was just one problem. After the island chain running from Key Largo to Key West was battered with 100+ MPH winds, virtually all forms of communications — including landlines,

Be Ready with Malin Ready-Made Shark Rigs

Malin, the world leader in wire solutions for anglers targeting toothy critters, just made the shark fishing game a whole lot easier

Airborne Wireless Completes Successful Test

Currently, the world’s connectivity is achieved by use of undersea cables, ground-based fiber, and satellites. But Airborne Wireless Networks believes its innovative, new airborne digital highway can help fill the world’s connectivity void with a low-cost, high-speed solution for rural areas, island nations, ships at sea, oil platforms

Industry Leaders Team Up to Protect Angler’s Rights

American Sportfishing Association and other industry leaders are working to protect the rights of recreational saltwater anglers for decades to come thanks to the Modern Fish Act

Sea Chaser 200 Flats Series by Carolina Skiff is Perfect for Anglers Who Love the “Flats”

Fisherman who love to get “skinny” have a great passion to catch many different species on the ‘Flats”. From shallow water, creeks, grass flats and edges of mangroves, fishing the shallow water can be a great challenge and a lot of fun. Depending on your area and time of the year, redfish, trout, snook,

Getting Ready for the Primal Pull with Carolina Skiff

Each spring, amberjack, African pompano, blackfin tuna, grouper, snapper and a host of other species begin ganging up on wrecks and reefs of South Florida and the Florida Keys from 100 to 350-feet of water. It’s a perfect time for anglers to enjoy some of the most brutal tugs-of-war ever on light

Five Lures for Spawning Bass

Spawn conditions during the Spring can be one of the most challenging times for anglers. Largemouth bass tend not to chase prey too far, and one of the keys to success is finding artificials that present a realistic profile with little action; during this transition time, less is more, and covering ground is the key to success. Here are five