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What is CBRS?

CBRS is 150 MHz of spectrum – ranging from 3550 – 3700 MHz – in the 3.5 GHz band. Used sparingly by the U.S government and other entities, this band was identified by the FCC as additional spectrum for shared wireless private broadband.

CBRS: Citizens Broadband Radio Service
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When did CBRS become available?

In 2015, the U.S. FCC approved the use of Band 48 – also known as CBRS for shared wireless access. Thus enabling private LTE broadband for commercial enterprises and improving coverage and capacity.

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How does the CBRS Alliance work?

The CBRS Alliance is a group of more than 120 member companies who are dedicated to promoting LTE-based technology – branded as “OnGo” – as well as use cases and business opportunities.

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Is CBRS cost effective?

Deploying a robust voice and data network like CBRS is not a large capital investment. It's provided as a service, so you’ll pay a predictable monthly fee instead of an upfront capital expense.

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Why is CBRS significant?

How does CBRS work?

CBRS is designed with a three-tiered spectrum sharing framework. At the top is the Incumbent Access tier followed by a Priority Access tier. The final tier is General Authorized Access, covering the remainder of the spectrum available for general use.

How does CBRS compare to WiFi?

CBRS overcomes the limitations of WiFi and provides a more efficient option for large commercial enterprises. WiFi coverage and capacity can be limited. CBRS gives commercial enterprises two-times the capacity and up to four-times the range of WiFi.

What are some facts about CBRS?

  • CBRS will support 5G technology
  • Spectrum access will be open and easy
  • Three tiers of spectrum will ensure CBRS access
  • Designated spectrum will safeguard open access
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What does CBRS mean for your business?



What does CBRS mean for colleges?

For Universities, with so many students on campus WiFi and other cellular networks can easily become congested in times of emergency. CBRS Radio Networks will provide campuses with a single voice and data network.

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What does CBRS mean for hospitality?

For large hotels and theme parks, WiFi and cellular data can often become saturated due to guests leveraging the enterprise network. CBRS Radio Networks will provide your resort with a single voice and data network.

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What does CBRS mean for manufacturing?

For manufacturing, WiFi and cellular data can be inadequate. With heavy machinery in the workplace network coverage can be problematic. CBRS Radio Networks provide facilities with custom coverage to put WiFi problems to rest.

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What does CBRS mean for mining?

For large mining operations, WiFi and cellular data can often become saturated the deeper underground workers descend. CBRS Radio Networks will provide your mine with a single voice and data network.

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What does CBRS mean for airports?

Airport environments can be dangerous. Heavy machinery and traveling passengers congest WiFi and cellular coverage. CBRS Radio Networks provides enhanced data coverage on the tarmac, at the loading docks and in the airport.

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What does CBRS mean for hospitals?

For large hospitals, WiFi and cellular data can often become saturated due to patients and visitors leveraging the enterprise network. CBRS Radio Networks will provide hospitals with a single voice and data network.

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