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CBRS Alliance Announces Launch of OnGo™ ICD (Initial Commercial Deployment)

Collaboration makes CBRS band available for public use. The Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) Alliance gathered with wireless carriers, telecommunications firms, Department of Defense representatives,...

Wi-Fi vs. CBRS Spectrum and Private LTE

Wi-Fi is experiencing a slow and painful death as more enterprises turn to cellular Private LTE networks. Priorities include increasing demand in enterprise...

Final approvals for CBRS Initial Commercial Deployments Approach Finish Line

The much-awaited initial commercial deployments of the 3.5 GHz  Citizens Broadband Radio Service band are finally approaching the finish line. The final test reports from...

CBRS Alliance, Small Cell Forum team up to drive small cell adoption in 3.5 GHz band

The CBRS Alliance and Small Cell Forum recently announced a partnership to further advance use of the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) spectrum band....

Samsung Announces First 5G Modem Compliant with 3GPP Standards

Samsung Electronics recently announced that it has developed the Exynos Modem 5100, the industry’s first 5G modem that is compatible with 3rd Generation Partnership...

CBRS band inches closer to deployment

The FCC recently released a public notice that established procedures and deadlines to file for initial Spectrum Access System (SAS) and commercial deployment proposals,...

Unlicensed and shared spectrum creates enterprise opportunity

Private LTE networks made possible with LAA and CBRS Mobile phones are an essential part of how people live and work. And demand for mobile...

Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) a Rare Win-Win for all Stakeholders

CBRS and all that it implies is a true win-win for all stakeholders and should be viewed by the CRE Community as a tangible...

FCC TO RECONSIDER CBRS RULES

The FCC is considering new rules for the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band, which should make mobile operators happy, but may...
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