CommScope has received official notification from the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) that its spectrum access system (SAS) to support 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) is now approved for full commercial deployment, the company said.
With this announcement, CommScope´s SAS will become a foundation to open up 150 MHz of CBRS spectrum that until now had very limited use.
With the FCC Public Notice DA-20-110A1, organizations from mobile network operators and neutral host network operators to private enterprises, WISPS, and municipalities will be able to put CBRS to use for a wide range of applications, including mobile, fixed wireless access, IoT, small cell deployments and in-building cellular and private LTE networks. This in turn will spawn new innovations in wireless communications and will enable unique new use cases that only a dedicated, secure, high-quality network can reliably support.
CommScope and the recently acquired ARRIS and Ruckus Networks are redefining tomorrow by shaping the future of wired and wireless communications. Discover more at www.commscope.com.