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Peak Internet Fixed Broadband Will Be CBRS-Ready

Colorado-based Peak Internet will be deploying fixed wireless infrastructure operating in the 3.65 GHz band that can be easily upgraded in the future to use the entire CBRS band, according to ExteNet, equipment supplier for the Peak Internet fixed broadband deployment. Peak, headquartered in Woodland Park, CO, serves Colorado Springs and Pike’s Peak. Peak Internet Fixed...Learn More

Comcast Fixed and Mobile Wireless Trials to Use Portion of CBRS Band

Comcast is planning fixed and mobile wireless trials in Philadelphia using spectrum in the 3650-3700 MHz band, according to a news report from Mobile World Live based on a Comcast FCC filing. The possibility of a Comcast fixed wireless offering is a new development. The company’s current wireless offering, dubbed Xfinity Mobile, is a mobile...Learn More

CBRS Rules and Wireless ISPs: What Impact Would Contemplated Changes Have?

I checked in recently with some stakeholders to get their take on potential changes to CBRS rules and wireless ISPs (WISPs), with the goal of better gauging the potential impact of the proposed rule changes on the WISPs. In recent years, wireless ISPs have had considerable success from both a business and societal point of...Learn More

WISPA and CBRS Alliance to Work Together on 3.5 GHz CBRS Band

SUNNYVALE, CA–(Marketwired – Nov 15, 2017) – The Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA) and the CBRS Alliance have signed an agreement to cooperate closely in the advancement of the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) spectrum band. Under the new agreement, the organizations will work together to address technical challenges and business opportunities in the...Learn More

FCC Signals Potential Compromise for Contentious CBRS Spectrum Rules

The FCC today took the first step toward resetting the rules for the CBRS spectrum band between 3550 MHz and 3700 MHz. The rationale for changing CBRS spectrum rules would be to foster an improved investment environment, FCC officials said at today’s monthly commission meeting. Opponents, including rural wireless internet service providers (WISPs) who want...Learn More

CBRS LTE Fixed Wireless Broadband Set to Deploy, Despite Uncertain Future

Fixed wireless broadband continues to gain traction with the news today that Georgia-based wireless internet service provider (WISP) Paladin Wireless will deploy fixed service using LTE technology in the CBRS band. Paladin is targeting a December turn-up for the network using an experimental license, said an executive for ExteNet, a provider of distributed network systems...Learn More

David-vs-Goliath Battle Ahead for CBRS Spectrum, Better Fixed Wireless Broadband in Play

The FCC will vote later this month to explore rule changes for the 3550-3700 MHz spectrum band, known as the CBRS band, including the possibility of larger license areas for longer time periods. According to supporters, CBRS spectrum rule changes would facilitate the deployment of 5G services. But such rule changes could make it more...Learn More

Verizon CBRS Demo Ups Ante on Big Carrier Efforts to Change License Rules

Verizon’s news today that it has demonstrated mobile wireless service using LTE Advanced carrier aggregation in the CBRS spectrum band ups the ante on large mobile carriers’ efforts to establish new rules for that spectrum band – rules that opponents say would benefit the large carriers to the detriment of smaller, more rural carriers. The...Learn More

Fixed LTE in CBRS Band Not Expected to Require Line of Sight for Fixed Wireless

Rural areas could soon see a jump in fixed wireless deployments once the FCC fully opens up spectrum for citizens band radio service (CBRS). Fixed LTE equipment operating in that band has the potential to offer an economical solution in a wide range of deployment scenarios, said Patrick Leary, North American president for Baicells —...Learn More

Private LTE Could Be Coming Soon, Thanks to Google CBRS Band Efforts

Considerable progress is being made in preparation for using Citizens Band Radio Service (CBRS) spectrum on a shared basis to support commercial and private wireless networks, according to separate announcements late last week from Google and Federated Wireless. According to a company blog post, Google CBRS efforts already have helped address two of three requirements...Learn More

Nokia, Alphabet, and Qualcomm Demo Private LTE Network Over CBRS Shared Spectrum

7 February 2017 — Las Vegas, Nevada – Nokia, Alphabet’s Access Group  and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. joined forces to demonstrate the first live demo of a private LTE network over CBRS (Citizens Broadband Radio Service) shared spectrum at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The companies built a virtual reality zone inside stock car race cars...Learn More

New CBRS Alliance to Focus on LTE-Based Indoor, Outdoor Coverage

The CBRS Alliance, announced yesterday, aims to “develop, market and promote” LTE-based offerings in the 3.5 GHz, also known as the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS), band. Although much of the talk around the CBRS band has focused on using it to support fixed broadband wireless service, the alliance has a broader view of what...Learn More

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