Topic: Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS)
Google is outlining ways in which it intends to make it easy for WISPs to get up and running with CBRS.
The private broadband land mobile radio solution uses CBRS spectrum to provide customized private networks that deliver both voice and broadband.
We are seeing a movement toward downsizing large, operator-focused LTE solutions to “bite-size” private LTE and 5G networks for vertical markets.
Google and CommScope reported that their shared Environmental Sensing Capability (ESC) system has passed testing by the ITS to support CBRS.
Federated Wireless announced the submission of a supplement to its ICD application with the FCC, expanding to 25 planned deployments with customers spanning all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Researchers at NIST say they’ve found a better way to detect offshore radars that could help commercial users know when to yield the 3.5 GHz band.
The CBRS Alliance and the Small Cell Forum have formally reached an agreement to cooperate closely to advance the Citizens Broadband Radio Service band.
Vapor IO and its partners have launched the Kinetic Edge Alliance, an industry alliance focused on simplifying edge computing for the masses.
Ruckus Networks is offering up its new ICX 7850 switch, which is designed to serve as an edge-to-core solution for the next decade of enterprise networking.
The temporary shutdown of the FCC last month put a damper on the rushto get Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) equipment certified.