Topic: Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS)
Most consumers and enterprises probably won’t see the full benefit of 5G services until 2020 or later, according to a new report.
Mark Lowenstein helps us kick off 2019 with his assessment of the key strategic priorities for the leading U.S. wireless operators.
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The CBRS Alliance and ATIS will work together to address critical technical challenges and business opportunities related to the CBRS band.
2019 marks the year when the Citizens Broadband Radio Service ecosystem breaks out.
The NTIA said it finished its testing of the CBRS 3.5 GHz spectrum-sharing scheme—a key milestone as the spectrum nears commercial availability.
The industry can expect more substantial action in the virtual Radio Access Network, or vRAN, space next year.
CBRS can make a difference. Soon, PG&E will be able to buy a priority access license to keep tabs on the grid.
This year’s hurricane season is giving companies like Federated Wireless a taste of how well their sensor networks are holding up.
On Thursday, IoT developers at AWS re:Invent will get a chance to use DeepLens cameras connected to a private LTE network supported by CBRS.