Topic: Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS)
Intel is asking the FCC for permission to conduct Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) tests on an Intel campus in Chandler, Arizona, using gear from Ruckus Wireless.
When it comes to the Citizens Broadband Radio Services (CBRS) spectrum, Motorola Solutions is all in.
As CBRS inches ever closer to commercial deployment, Southern Linc is asking the FCC for permission to conduct technical trials to evaluate the performance of 3.5 GHz CBRS spectrum to support critical electric and gas utility communications applications.
Mike Finley is finding his experience working at Qualcomm and before that, several operators, to be useful in his new role as CEO of Boingo Wireless.
Federated Wireless isn’t sitting idle while it waits for the Institute for Telecommunications Sciences (ITS) to submit a final report on its Spectrum Access System (SAS) tests.
Altice USA, Frontier Communications, Motorola Solutions and Windstream are just a handful of entities that told the FCC in no uncertain terms that they object to AT&T’s proposal for the creation of a new Category C antenna for the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band.
Members of AT&T’s technical and regulatory staff recently met with FCC officials to discuss a possible new category of devices operating in the CBRS 3.5 GHz band.
Federated Wireless announced today that it has completed the rollout of its environmental sensing capability (ESC) network.
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) this week announced that it has wrapped up the laboratory testing stage for five Spectrum Access System (SAS) vendors.
San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) is asking the FCC for permission to see if a private LTE network can operate in the Citizens Broadcast Radio Service (CBRS) spectrum at 3.5 GHz in order to provide communications for applications such as wildfire risk mitigation.