Alliance Seeks to Boost Indoor LTE

SEATTLE—Six wireless technology leaders have banded together to create an industry alliance that will drive deployment of LTE-based communications using the US Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band. Recently authorized by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), CBRS allows 150 MHz of 3.5GHz spectrum previously reserved for the US military to be used in commercial civilian applications for short-range broadband communications. The new CBRS Alliance, founded by Alphabet's Access, Federated Wireless, Intel, Nokia, Qualcomm, and Ruckus Wireless (now part of Brocade) aims to evangelize and foster development of LTE-based CBRS technology.

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1 comment on “Alliance Seeks to Boost Indoor LTE

  1. Judith Myerson
    August 31, 2016

    Your blog is great! A few years ago, I talked in a blog for a different website on a different subject on the potentials of having indoor LTE to supplement GPS that is only used outside. I can see the potentials of indoor LTE at various points in supply chains. 

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