"Exploring the FCC’s 3.5 GHz CBRS Rules and the Impact on Private LTE Networks," Wireless Infrastructure Association ConnectX Conference, Charlotte, N.C.
Connectivity Expo is designed to serve all elements of the expanding and evolving wireless ecosystem – from the macro structures that stand high above the ground and the miles and miles of fiber networks below the ground to the technology driving the ongoing network densification in our cities and the technology embedded in our cars.
This panel discussion focused on the novel three-tier sharing framework adopted by the FCC that coordinates spectrum access among the incumbent military radars, satellite earth stations, and new commercial users. The three tiers of users rely upon the SAS: an advanced, highly automated radio spectrum coordinator within the CBRS 3.5 GHz band tasked with optimizing efficient use of the available spectrum in the band for all users. As a result, the 150 MHz of CBRS spectrum is dynamically shared.