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New Changes With 3.5Ghz CBRS

Written by Andrea Lee

July 6, 2020

New Changes With 3.5Ghz CBRS

Join SkyPackets, Commscope RUCKUS and WAV for an informative update on the developing 3.5Ghz CBRS wireless standard that stands to shake-up the world of in-building cellular and private LTE.

This exciting webinar will include industry experts Shawn Lucas (Sr Director of Solutions Architecture, Commscope) and Henry Quintin (CEO at SkyPackets) who will share the latest on CBRS including: deployment requirements, uses cases, comparisons to other wireless, quality of service, security and solution applications.

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