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A group of companies representing telecom equipment vendors, spectrum licensees and utilities have formed an alliance to develop private broadband networks.
The United States is not the only place where private LTE networks are expected to increase in market size.
Representatives of the Public Interest Spectrum Coalition (PISC) are pushing back against the wireless industry’s quest for larger license sizes for the CBRS band.
General Electric is stepping up efforts to make sure census-tract licensing remains part of the picture for CBRS.
A diverse set of companies is urging the FCC to adopt its proposed licensing framework for the CBRS band.
Representatives from six conditionally approved SAS administrators met with regulators to discuss methods by which field trials might be conducted.
General Electric and other members of the Industrial IoT Coalition said they’re willing to accept substantially reduced census-tract licensing.
AT&T visited FCC headquarters to explain how census tracts are problematic and emphasize the 3.5 GHz CBRS' need for larger licensed areas.
Several organizations representing rural telecom and electric cooperatives recently met with FCC staff to discuss rules for the 3.5 GHz CBRS.
Add Los Angeles to the list of entities arguing for the FCC to resist making wholesale changes to the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) rules.