Understand How to Consider Antennas for CBRS Applications (.PDF Download)

The Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS), which makes 150 MHz of shared spectrum available between 3,550 and 3,700 MHz, is arguably the FCC’s most interesting offering in years. If it delivers on even half of its promises, the agency will have created a genuinely useful opportunity for innovation. As spectrum sharing is exceedingly difficult to achieve without dissolving into chaos, CBRS rules are very specific in certain areas, although antennas receive surprisingly little treatment

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