Company Identifies the 3.7-4.2GHz, 3.45-3.55GHz, 3.1-3.45GHz, 5.925-7.125GHz, 37GHz, 26GHz, 70/80GHz and 4.9GHz Bands as Good Candidates for Sharing
Arlington, VA – November 2, 2018 – Federated Wireless, the industry leading shared spectrum technology provider, outlined the benefits of applying the shared spectrum model to previously unavailable spectrum resources currently being evaluated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), as the Commission reports on CBRS results to Congress.
In a new blog post by Jennifer McCarthy, Federated Wireless Vice President, Legal Advocacy, the Company highlights the positive effects sharing has had in the CBRS band, as well as identifies numerous new bands as being ideal candidates for the shared spectrum model, further unlocking the airwaves to support new wireless services and business models, and provide a path for 5G. Bands identified by Federated Wireless and submitted by the Company to the FCC for consideration, include 3.7-4.2GHz, 3.45-3.55GHz, 3.1-3.45GHz, 5.925-7.125GHz, 37GHz, 26GHz, 70/80GHz and 4.9GHz bands.
Federated Wireless call on the FCC to broadly adopt the shared spectrum model across bands can be found here:
About Federated Wireless
Federated Wireless is leading the wireless industry through the shared spectrum revolution, eliminating the decades-old problem of spectrum scarcity. The Company offers the industry’s only end-to-end Spectrum Controller, enabling government and commercial users to securely share the same spectrum band. Headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, Federated Wireless is removing the multi-billion dollar price tag associated with spectrum access, allowing for the creation of new wireless carriers and business models. For more information, please visit: www.federatedwireless.com.