Topic: Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS)
The first six test labs bearing the “WInnForum CBRS Approved” logo for Citizens Broadband Radio Service Device testing have been approved.
WISPA took to Twitter to lobby for the interests of mostly smaller entities that want to use the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band.
The spectrum sharing model developed for the 3.5 GHz CBRS band could easily be adapted for the 4.9 GHz band, according to Federated Wireless.
South Korea’s auction of 3.5 GHz and 28 GHz spectrum wrapped up by Monday, with the three mobile carriers pledging to pay a total of $3.26 billion.
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.
Spectrum policy, generally speaking, hasn't changed a lot from administration to administration. That era may be over.
General Electric is stepping up efforts to make sure census-tract licensing remains part of the picture for CBRS.
NextEdge Networks and Modus say they are the first wireless companies to achieve B Corporation status.
The Public Interest Spectrum Coalition is urging the FCC to stick to its original rules for the Citizens Broadband Radio Service for the 3.5 GHz spectrum.