CBRS


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CBRS

(Citizens Broadband Radio Service) See 3.5 GHz band.
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The CBRS network slice can be used either as a part of a single operator network, shared between multiple operators, or as a private enterprise network.
As specified in WINNF-TS-0247, CPIs are responsible for assuring that the installation data entered into the Spectrum Access System (SAS) for certain types of CBRS devices is accurate and the device valid to be registered and request a spectrum grant to operate.
Bringing all the CBRS networks into the global ecosystem requires all those networks to adopt a recognized public resource; IMSIs.
This week, Midco[R] and Telrad Networks successfully completed initial Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) testing on a market trial license with the Federated Wireless Spectrum Controller, a spectrum access system (SAS), the company said.
The newly available infrastructure operates in the US CBRS band (3550 -- 3700 MHz), which is expected to be made available by the FCC for commercial use in the third quarter of 2019.
Members of the CBRS alliance range from major carriers to device manufacturers, equipment suppliers, and chipmakers.
Airspan Networks Inc, a 4G/5G Radio Access Network equipment vendor and CTIconnect(TM), a nationwide provider of the distribution, design, and integration of wireless networking equipment and services, has announced a partnership targeting wireless Internet service providers (WISPs) and vertical network operators providing CBRS services, the company said.