NOKIA HIGHLIGHTS NEUTRAL HOST CBRS MODEL FOR PUBLIC VENUES
By Sean Kinney, Editor in Chief on NOVEMBER 15, 2017
Airports, subways, etc…a good fit for CBRS small cells
The 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band is the subject of much attention in the telecom community. As the U.S. Federal Communications Commission works toward formalizing a three-tiered spectrum access systems to divvy up access to the band, operators and vendors are prepping for quick commercialization of CBRS.
In a recent blog post, Nokia’s Ashish Dayama discussed the opportunities associated with neutral host models using CBRS compatible small cells to support multiple operators. Dayama contrasts this deployment scenario with a more traditional, and expensive, distributed antenna system.
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