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What is CBRS good for?

What is CBRS good for? A conversation with Preston Marshall, CBRS Alliance and Google, and Joel Lindholm, Facebook, ex-CommScope, by Monica Paolini, Senza Fili

Protecting the US, or isolating it? The long-term effects of US policies on Huawei

Reflections on what the US sanctions on Huawei may mean to the US wireless industry, by Monica Paolini, Senza Fili and published by Fierce Wireless

Localized spectrum sharing to improve in-building and rural connectivity in the UK

New interview added to the CBRS launch report: Mansoor Hanif, Ex-CTO at Ofcom talks about a new spectrum-sharing framework in the UK that – similarly to Citizen Broadband Radio Services (CBRS) – will improve wireless connectivity in the enterprise and in underserved areas. And the Ofcom new approach to spectrum sharing promises to make both mobile operators and their subscribers happy, too.

Autonomous networks

5G brings more capacity, lower latency, better performance, but also makes wireless networks more complex. Automation, AI and ML can help us manage and benefit from this complexity and eventually make wireless networks autonomous. This requires a new underlying architecture and a gradual evolution from manual to autonomous networks.

Self-organizing mesh in the 60 GHz band. Addressing the needs for both fixed wireless access and 5G small cell backhaul

Monica Paolini and Martin Harriman, CCS, talked about fixed wireless access and backhaul in millimeter-wave spectrum, mostly focusing on the 60 GHz band and on the mesh solution that CCS has brought to the market.

About Senza Fili

At Senza Fili we do not use a cookie-cutter approach or impose a rigid methodology on the complex realities of building or maintaining a profitable business or of developing and marketing new technologies. Our first goal is to understand what is special about each client’s needs. We structure our work around these needs, using the framework and tools that best fit the task.