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Federated Wireless announces that it has joined the Telecom Infra Project (TIP). TIP, which was launched by Facebook along with Intel and Nokia, is an engineering-focused initiative aimed at developing innovative new technologies and approaches to building and deploying telecommunications network infrastructure in developing countries and remote locations of developed countries.
Telrad Networks and Federated Wireless announced their partnership to undertake a trial for a comprehensive solution in compliance with the FCC Citizen’s Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) 3550-3700 MHz band rules. The joint solution aims to provide operators and other users of wireless technology with a seamless solution in the new CBRS band.
Federated Wireless announces that Sal D’Itri, General Manager of Government Business, was elected to the Executive Committee of the National Spectrum Consortium, the organization that facilitates the collaboration between the U.S. government and industry in the development of electromagnetic spectrum technologies.
Federated Wireless announced that it successfully raised $22 million to bolster the development of its cloud-hosted Spectrum Access System (SAS) and CINQ platform to bring the benefits of shared spectrum in the 3.5GHz band to Enterprise customers in the Education, Healthcare, Hospitality, Retail and Financial markets.
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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced plans to make the mid-band spectrum in the 3.5 GHz band (3550-3700 MHz) available for 5G and other advanced wireless services to an array of operators.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has given the go-ahead to Federated Wireless Inc. and Key Bridge Wireless LLC — two companies that will work to deploy more wireless spectrum in Puerto Rico, based, for the first time, on the 3.5 GHz band.
Last Friday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced plans to make mid-band spectrum available for 5G and other advanced wireless services in Puerto Rico, Guam, and American Samoa for the first time.
The FCC has made the 3.5 GHz band (3550-3700 MHz) available to a number of operators for 5G and mobile services. The actions will make certain commercial deployments possible for the first time in Puerto Rico, Guam, and American Samoa.
The Federal Communications Commission announced actions that will pave the way for commercial wireless services to use a swath of 5G-friendly airwaves in Puerto Rico, Guam and American Samoa.
The FCC announced efforts to make mid-band spectrum in the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band available for 5G and other advanced wireless services to a diverse array of operators, including actions that will enable commercial deployments in the 3.55 – 3.65 MHz band segment in Puerto Rico, Guam, and American Samoa for the first time.
The Federal Communications Commission today announces its latest efforts to make mid-band spectrum in the 3.5 GHz band (3550-3700 MHz) available for 5G and other advanced wireless services to a diverse array of operators, including actions that will enable commercial deployments in the 3550-3650 MHz band segment in Puerto Rico, Guam, and American Samoa for the first time.
Puerto Rico, Guam, and American Samoa will be able to expand commercial deployments of advanced wireless service using mid-band spectrum under multiple actions the Federal Communications Commission took Friday.
Some folks may be wondering if it’s worth waiting for 5G to be fully baked before jumping on the private networking bandwagon or to go ahead with LTE deployments that are, presumably, software upgradeable to 5G.
This fast-paced webinar will touch on transitioning to Part 96 as well as the management of PALs and the impact on GAA users. We’ll also cover coastal deployments, evolving tools for spectrum planning, and more.
Discover various sources of funding WISPs may seek to access as they work to sustain and expand their service to the communities that rely on them. Hear speakers from WISPA, financial institutions and more.
This session will give an update from various regulators on how spectrum sharing has given or is giving them an option to make more spectrum available in the mid-band while protecting incumbent services.