Wireless Trends

Spectrum Sharing: The Next Data Crunch

With the advent of 5G looming on the horizon, operators must prepare for a massive increase in data demand with capacity gains expected to reach 10,000x that of 4G networks by 2019.
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Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS)

The FCC created the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) to develop a regulatory framework for expanding access to desperately needed spectrum for wireless operators and enabling spectrum sharing in the 3.55 – 3.7 GHz band.
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Licensed Shared Access (LSA)

LSA promotes sharing of Europe’s mobile spectrum operated via individual, non-exclusive licenses within a regulatory environment that fosters a predictable quality of service.
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LTE-Unlicensed (LTE-U)

Mobile operators are hoping to save billions in build out costs and instead utilize unlicensed LTE spectrum networks for offloading data traffic.
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Licensed-Assisted Access (LAA)

Fair coexistence is a key principle in the 3GPP’s LAA plan for unlicensed spectrum use.
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What’s Next: 5G

5G is the next big thing in the wireless industry. 5G networks promise to offer higher speeds, lower latency, increased flexibility and more capacity than existing LTE systems.
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As data demand steadily escalates, Spectrum-NET provides operators with the deep network visibility needed to protect their sizable investment in licensed spectrum and ensure ongoing service quality.
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As spectrum sharing solutions such as LTE-U, CBRS, and LSA are deployed, the external interference will dramatically increase by design making Spectrum-NET’s external interference management capabilities an even more critical asset for operators.