This episode of Field Journal gives a complete overview of how 4G technology works on the CBRS spectrum, and how Celona’s network helps create an elegant deployment for enterprise organizations.
Check out the Episode 12 of Field Journal to get answers to questions like:
- What exactly is LTE?
- What is an Evolved Packet System, and how does it contain?
- How does an Evolved Packet System (EPS) help provide LTE coverage?
- What are the different types of spectrum bands used?
- LTE provides predictability through OFDMA schedulers, high network capacity, seamless mobility, and superior coverage when compared to Wi-Fi.
- An Evolved Packet System (EPS) includes an Evolved Packet Core for management, and a Radio Access Network (RAN). These systems work together to ensure stability and reliability across the network.
- The RAN and The EPC work in tandem to integrate and provide service from wide area networks, to smaller private networks. These two systems make up the entirety of the EPS.
- Low band, mid-band, and high band frequencies are all used across the spectrum, with low band offering lower speeds over longer distances and high band providing very high speeds over short distances.
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