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Moving Past Private 5G Misconceptions to Successful Deployments

This post is the final article in our three-part series on the state of private mobile networks. The first article discusses misconceptions about technology maturity, spectrum, and cost. The second…

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Spectrum Sharing Technologies: Paving the Way to 5G

Recently, Federated Wireless commented on the FCC’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to make centimeter and millimeter wave spectrum available for the future of wireless networks. The proposal, which addresses use of bands above 24 GHz, proposes use of a Spectrum…

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An Alliance for Innovation through the 3.5 Ghz Band

Last week, together with Google, Intel, Nokia, Qualcomm, and Ruckus Wireless, we announced a shared commitment to promote solutions in the 3.5 GHz band. This announcement continues the momentum we’ve seen for 3.5 GHz band shared spectrum over the last…

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Smart Cars and High Speed Wi-Fi on the 5.9 GHz Band

Two FCC Commissioners recently made the case that the Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) band at 5.9 GHz, currently being used to test smart car technologies, had enough room to handle the growing need for high speed wireless connectivity. While there…

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Shared Spectrum & the 3.5 GHz Band: Paving the Way for 5G Applications

Recently Federated Wireless attended the LTE North America conference in Dallas, Texas. During one of the panel discussions on 5G Spectrum, the moderator asked a panelist what band they thought was the most interesting opportunity for 5G. The response received…

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