Topic: Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS)
Deploying 5G outdoors is one thing, but for indoor 5G deployments, the complexity expands exponentially by the fragmented nature of stakeholders involved.
There’s a Citizens Broadband Radio Services (CBRS) event today that’s garnering attention from large and small wireless carriers alike.
With CBRS entering the commercial phase, entities like Google are emphasizing products for the entire ecosystem, not just the SAS part.
Boingo Wireless said it will launch in the CBRS band following the FCC’s public notice of approval.
The FCC gave the OK for Spectrum Access Systems (SASs) operated by Google, Federated Wireless, CommScope, Amdocs and Sony to begin their initial commercial deployments (ICD).
Apple’s new iPhone models support CBRS Band 48.
Federated Wireless is ready to initiate services in the CBRS band as soon as the FCC issues its public notice of approval.
The wireless industry now has a proposed date for when the licensed portion of the 3.5 GHz CBRS band goes up for auction: June 25, 2020.
Bluegrass Cellular is asking the FCC for permission to extend its Citizens Broadband Radio Services (CBRS) tests for another two years.
JMA's new CUSP unit is gearing up to support services that sit at the edge with a focus on the enterprise.