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The benefits of coordinated spectrum access in CBRS private networks

A conversation between Iyad Tarazi, President and CEO, Federated Wireless, and Monica Paolini, Senza Fili                

The most fundamental requirement of spectrum sharing is that all the legitimate users have fair access to the spectrum resources, according to their priority level. In CBRS there are three levels: incumbent users, PAL users (with license) and GAA users (registered, but no license). Access to the CBRS spectrum has to be coordinated to give appropriate access to all authorized users.

I talked to Iyad Tarazi, President and CEO at Federated Wireless, about the benefits of coordination in spectrum use and how the enterprise can seamlessly and easily deal with spectrum coordination.

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