Topic: Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS)
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.
The FCC has given its seal of approval to the Environmental Sensing Capabilities (ESCs) of Google, Federated Wireless and CommScope for use in the 3550-3650 MHz portion of the 3.5 GHz band.
Midwest regional operator Midco and Telrad Networks completed initial Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) testing with Federated Wireless’ Spectrum Access System.
Ruckus Wireless, an early player in CBRS, this week announced the immediate availability of its CBRS portfolio ahead of an expected summer deployment of initial CBRS gear in the U.S.
Now that 5G commercial services are starting to go live in the leading markets, we get a glimpse into operators’ views of how much value they believe they can wring from 5G.
One might say privately held Tilson is in the thick of things, 5G-wise. Its business includes small cell deployment, in-building coverage and fiber, and it’s growing like gangbusters.
It’s too soon to reveal specific speeds, but Boingo Wireless said it’s seeing big improvements with the trial deployment of Wi-Fi 6 at John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California.