The FCC has allocated new wireless spectrums for private use, opening up a whole new opportunity for blazing fast private communications.
Check out Episode 2 of Office Hours to get answers to questions like:
- What is CBRS, and why does it matter?
- What is the difference between an unlicensed spectrum verses a shared spectrum?
- How is the spectrum divided, and what impacts could it have for communication technology?
- Can normal mobile phones use CBRS?
- A new 150 Mhz spectrum is now available as a shared spectrum for private communications.
- CBRS is broken down into three separate tiers that allow different access to spectrums based on use-case and geographic location.
- CBRS can be used to cut down the number of wireless access points needed in large buildings, or scaled to connect satellite facilities that are over a mile away.
- CBRS can be deployed as an overlay, meaning it can co-exist in spaces with WiFi, and other wireless technologies in place.
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