Topic: Special Temporary Authority
As CBRS inches ever closer to commercial deployment, Southern Linc is asking the FCC for permission to conduct technical trials to evaluate the performance of 3.5 GHz CBRS spectrum to support critical electric and gas utility communications applications.
Verizon got the green light from the FCC to conduct CBRS tests in Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale, Florida, using multiple handsets.
T-Mobile wants FCC permission to bend the rules, so to speak, as part of a 600 MHz experiment in North Carolina.
In two separate STA applications, AT&T aims to conduct 5G demonstrations at a resort in Wailea, Hawaii, and at Atlanta’s Georgia International Plaza.
CBRS may be getting a starring role during NFL games. Or, at least, enabling the stars to communicate.
Microsoft applied for a Special Temporary Authority (STA) to support restoration efforts in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
T-Mobile USA asks the FCC for Special Temporary Authority (STA) to conduct experiments using a slice of AWS-3 spectrum and PCS and AWS spectrum.
Verizon is asking for the FCC’s permission to conduct wireless Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) trials using 3.5 GHz spectrum.
Nokia is preparing to demonstrate wireless equipment running at 90-96 GHz during the Brooklyn 5G Summit set to take place in April.
Staying true to its mission, Microsoft continues to beat the drum for TV white spaces.