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Tom Ulrich Jul 14
in Field trials underway
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OnGo Jul 10
There's always strength in numbers. Take a look at the trailblazing progress that the has made in their efforts to support the commercial deployment of solutions in the 3.5GHz band:
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Jeremy D. Ward Jul 15
Replying to @disruptivedean
Traditional DAS has a fundamental disadvantage: • little support for frequencies over 2700MHz • it’s SISO 😂 • no mmWave support US carriers don’t like due to [perceived] lack of control 🤔 But, it might be time for a compromise. Enter private LTE/5G.
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Rob Verkon 18h
Here's a great high-level breakdown of the tools an organization needs in order to deploy a Private LTE network.
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Federated Wireless Jul 11
61 Countries have moved forward on 5G Spectrum
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OnGo 21h
Commercial deployment of the band has been highly anticipated. It was just last year that the announced plans for the launch of intial commercial service, take a look at how far we've come in such a short time:
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Radisys Jul 9
Radisys’ CBRS Test Automation Platform and Software Framework brings years of systems integration expertise to help accelerate market adoption and pave the path to .
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DSA Jul 10
"We're almost there and I feel like the industry is ready." Watch this interview with DSA President to see the highlights from the :
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ASOCSCLOUD Jul 9
Early and promising signs that is to be adopted, by large enterprises
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OnGo 18h
member is looking to use the 3.5GHz band to provide reliable for their deployments, including military bases and multi-family residential buildings. Read more via @malleven333's article:
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OnGo 21h
. and are looking to use the 3.5GHz band to set new standards within . Take a look at their plans via :
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SmartCityViewpoints Jul 17
The Citizens Radio Service launch keeps inching closer, although no one knows exactly when it will happen. At the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance event, Federated Wireless representatives spoke hopefully of possible going commercial “in weeks.”
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Extreme Networks Jul 9
The future of wireless technology is complex & ever-changing. Tune in to Extreme’s webinar to get a clearer picture of , & .
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♈️ico! @Ericsson 🇧🇷🇮🇹🇺🇸🇦🇷📶 Jul 13
3,65 is being used for long time since WiMAX Times, and we need a transition which is being defined as part of ! 3,7-4,2Ghz is being used by Satellite stations, CBand, and we need find a reasonable transition!
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Federated Wireless Jul 17
Good read on how has the potential to drive tremendous economic growth.
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OnGo Jul 17
It was just over a year ago that the first ever economic analysis of the value of the was completed by renowned economist Harold Furchtgott-Roth and the . Check out the findings:
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Gary Kim Jul 12
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Federated Wireless 21h
Check out this new story on who has the fastest signal today. @rcrwireeless
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Cradlepoint 22h
"What does my organization need for a Private LTE network?" Many are asking this question amid all the buzz about using CBRS for wireless LAN in large spaces. Learn more in Roger Billings' new blog post!
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ExteNet Systems, Inc Jul 16
Monetizing the network and enhancing fan experience are key for venue and team owners with CBRS being a great medium to do both... thanks to for another great event. ,
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